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For games bought physically (eg - go into a store and purchase the box), check the documentation in the box, the CD sleeve if the game was packaged inside a CD case or paper sleeve. Most software comes with a "software key", usually 25 alphanumeric characters.
If the game was purchased and downloaded online, check your email, if you registered for an account through the software vendor or game publisher/distributor. For a service like Humble Bundle, check your purchases and look for software key or redemption procedure.
Triple Data Encryption Standard (DES) is a type of computerized cryptography where block cipher algorithms are applied three times to each data block. The key size is increased in Triple DES to ensure additional security through encryption capabilities. Each block contains 64 bits of data. Three keys are referred to as bundle keys with 56 bits per key. There are three keying options in data encryption standards:
if she purchased an activation key with her computer then contact microsoft and they will sort it out for her. what she more then likely has is bundled software that comes with most storebought computers. it is demo or trial software which you must purchase seperately from whichever companies to keep using it.