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Product key for window 8 pro


Buy it or crack it, but dont ask for licence keys...

Sep 17, 2014 | Microsoft Windows 8 Pro Upgrade Product...

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Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts Knowing at least some of the Windows 8 keyboard...


Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts
Knowing at least some of the Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts helps make your Windows 8 experience much more enjoyable. Try to memorize these top Windows 8 shortcut keys.
Press the Windows key to open the Start screen or switch to the Desktop (if open).
Press the Windows key + D opens the Windows Desktop.
Press the Windows key + . to pin and unpin Windows apps on the side of the screen.
Press the Windows key + X to open the power user menu, which gives you access to many of the features most power users would want (e.g. Device Manager and Command Prompt).
Press the Windows key + C to open the Charms.
Press the Windows key + I to open the Settings, which is the same Settings found in Charms.
Press and hold the Windows key + Tab to show open apps.
Press the Windows key + Print screen to create a screen shot, which is automatically saved into your My Pictures folder

on May 16, 2015 | Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Windows

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20 useful Microsoft Windows 8.1 Tips


Shortcut Action
Windows Key + S Open Search Charm to search Windows and Web
Windows Key + Q Search within the opened app
Windows Key + F Search files
Windows Key + Z Get Commands and Context Menus within an app
Windows Key + . + Right Arrow Snap app to the right
Windows Key + . + Left Arrow Snap app to the left
Ctrl + plus (+) Zoom in on Start Screen
Ctrl + Minus (-) Zoom out on Start Screen
Windows Key + Down Arrow Close an app
Windows Key + Start Typing Search your PC
Windows Key + O Lock the screen orientation (portrait or landscape)
Windows Key + Ctrl + Spacebar Change to a previously selected input language
Windows Key + P Choose a presentation display mode
Windows Key + X Open Start Button options
Windows Key + Home Minimize all but the active desktop window

on Nov 12, 2014 | Microsoft Windows 8.1 - Windows

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Vista home premium product key


Is located on the box with your software. If your looking to find your current product key
  1. Manually locating the Windows Vista product key from the registry is nearly impossible due to the fact that it's encrypted.
  2. Note: The manual techniques used to locate the product key for operating systems like Windows 95 and Windows 98 do not work for Windows Vista. That method will only locate the product ID number, not the actual product key used for installation. Luckily, a number of free programs exist to help find product keys.
  3. Choose a free product key finder program that supports Windows Vista.
    Note: Any product key finder that locates Windows Vista product keys will locate the product keys for any edition you may have including Windows Vista Ultimate, Home Premium, Home Basic, Business, and Enterprise.
  4. Download and run the key finder program. Follow any instructions provided by the software.
  5. The numbers and letters displayed by the program represent the Windows Vista product key. The product key should be formatted like xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx - five sets of five letters and numbers.
  6. Write this key code down exactly as the program displays it to you for use when reinstalling Windows Vista.
    Note: If even one character is written down incorrectly, the installation of Windows Vista that you attempt with this product key will fail. Be sure to transcribe the key exactly.
  7. Tips:
  8. If you need to install Microsoft Windows Vista but you've tried everything and still can't find your Windows Vista product key, you have two choices.

    You can either request a replacement product key from Microsoft or you can purchase a brand new copy of Windows Vista.

    Requesting a replacement Vista product key is going to be cheaper but if that doesn't work out, you may in fact have to buy a new copy of Windows.
  1. Manually locating the Windows Vista product key from the registry is nearly impossible due to the fact that it's encrypted.
  2. Note: The manual techniques used to locate the product key for operating systems like Windows 95 and Windows 98 do not work for Windows Vista. That method will only locate the product ID number, not the actual product key used for installation. Luckily, a number of free programs exist to help find product keys.
  3. Choose a free product key finder program (http://pcsupport.about.com/od/productkeysactivation/tp/topkeyfinder.htm)that supports Windows Vista.
  4. Note: Any product key finder that locates Windows Vista product keys will locate the product keys for any edition you may have including Windows Vista Ultimate, Home Premium, Home Basic, Business, and Enterprise.
  5. Download and run the key finder program. Follow any instructions provided by the software.
  6. The numbers and letters displayed by the program represent the Windows Vista product key. The product key should be formatted like xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx - five sets of five letters and numbers.
  7. Write this key code down exactly as the program displays it to you for use when reinstalling Windows Vista.
Note: If even one character is written down incorrectly, the installation of Windows Vista that you attempt with this product key will fail. Be sure to transcribe the key exactly.
Tips:
  1. If you need to install Microsoft Windows Vista but you've tried everything and still can't find your Windows Vista product key, you have two choices.

    You can either request a replacement product key from Microsoft or you can purchase a brand new copy of Windows Vista.

    Requesting a replacement Vista product key is going to be cheaper but if that doesn't work out, you may in fact have to buy a new copy of Windows.

Jul 20, 2014 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Just purchased my laptop. what does the key between the alt key and cntrl do?


The function key with Fn on it is to switch on all the features on your computer with those function keys which with little icons in the same color as the text Fn on the Fn key. You just need to press the Fn key and press those keys to switch on those features.

The windows logo key with a windows logo on it is to open some windows shortcut. Such as Windows Logo + E opens the Windows Explorer if you press the E key while holding down the windows Logo key.

Here is a link about windows short cut keys.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/126449
You can see there are some short cut keys with a combination of Windows Logo+ something. The windows logo key is the one with a flying windows logo on it.

The pop-up window key which looks like a mouse pointer on a menu does the same thing as right-clicking the mouse to bring up a pop-up menu.

Jan 24, 2011 | Toshiba 310CDT Keyboard

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Windows 7 - Windows Key and other Keyboard Shortcut Tips


  1. Move and reposition windows in Windows 7 quickly by holding down the windows key and pressing the arrow keys to move windows to the left or right.
  2. Maximize a window by pressing the up key while holding the windows key down.
  3. Minimize all your windows by holding down the windows key and pressing the "d" key (windows+d). Doing this again will show the windows again.

on Apr 14, 2012 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Win shortcuts


Windows key + E = Explorer<br />ALT + Tab = Switch between windows<br />ALT, Space, X = Maximize window<br />CTRL + Shift + Esc = Task Manager<br />Windows key + Break = System properties<br />Windows key + F = Search<br />Windows key + D = Hide/Display all windows<br />CTRL + C = copy<br />CTRL + X = cut<br />CTRL + V = paste<br />Also don't forget about the "Right-click" key next to the right Windows key on your keyboard. Using the arrows and that key can get just about anything done once you've opened up any program.

on Apr 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How can i know my windows activation product key?


If you have a retail copy of Windows, be it Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, there will be no product key stored anywhere on the CD/DVD.

If, however, you have a restore CD/DVD from your major computer manufacturer there might be a product key stored in a file on the disc but it will not work when reinstalling Windows.


This product key, if it exists, is the generic product key that Microsoft allowed your PC builder to use when mass producing computers. In other words, everyone's disc has the same product key. Your unique key for use when reinstalling Windows will be the one on the sticker on your computer.


Windows activation will fail if you use this product key to install Windows. If you've already made this mistake, just change the product key to the one on your product key sticker and then try activating Windows again.

Jun 25, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

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Shortcuts tricks for Windows Vista(Keyboard shortcuts)


Following are some of keyboard shortcut tricks for Windows Vista and also for Windows XP:
  • Window key+B: Sets focus to first icon in the notification area. You can use arrow keys to move among the icons in the notification area or press Tab to move around on the task bar.
  • Window key+D: Show Desktop (without the Sidebar).
  • Window key+E: Windows Explorer (opens to Computer).
  • Window key+F: Find Files or Folders (aka Search).
  • Window key+M Minimize All windows (Sidebar not included).
  • Window key+Shift+M: Undo Minimize All Windows.
  • Window key+R: Open the Run dialog box.
  • Window key+Tab: 3-D Flip (flips you through your applications but with a cool graphic instead of the standard Alt+Tab). Requires the use of the Aero user interface.
  • Window key+Pause/Break: System Properties.
  • Window key+F1: Windows Help.
  • Window key+L: Locks workstation. If the user account has a password, it must be reentered to unlock the system again.
  • Window key+U: Ease of Access Settings.
  • Window key+ Spacebar: This shows the Sidebar (the Sidebar must be open, but minimized).
  • Ctrl+Window key+Tab: Brings up Flip-3D, but it will stay on the desktop so you can scroll up, down, left and right.
  • Window key+T: Allows you to tab between application buttons on the task bar.
  • Ctrl+Shift+Esc: Opens Task Manager more faster than alt+ctrl+del.
  • Alt+Tab: Windows Flip. Allows you to choose an open application to switch to by repeatedly pressing the Tab key.
  • Window key+5: opens the snipping tool.


Some User Logging Shortcuts:
  • Window key (and then) three right arrows and Enter To Shut down
  • Window key (and then) three right arrows and U To Shut down
  • Window key (and then) three right arrows and R To Restart
  • Window key (and then) three right arrows and W To Switch Users
  • Window key (and then) one right arrow and Enter To Sleep

on Jan 16, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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