Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
There are 4 options:
1.) if the computer came from an OEM (Dell, HP, Toshiba, etc. check on the case for the Authentication sticker which will have the number (on laptops it's on the bottom)
2.) If it is already installed, there is a neat little program called Magic Jellybean Keyfinder which you can run to get the product key (google it)
3.) It is possible (although against Microsoft terms) that a small PC builder left the sticker on the CD case/Package
4.) Buy it.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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