Ah, product keys. Nothing is better guaranteed to strike fear into the heart of the hapless user than a request for a product key you just don't have because the program was bought years ago, in another country, or by someone else completely. If you find yourself in a pickle like this, Product Key Explorer could just what you need.
Product Key Explorer is a simple application that scours your computer for the product keys (serial keys) from programs already installed, displays them and lets you save, export or print the results. You might need a tool like this, for example, when you re-install a program and, although you have the disk, can't find the original box or packaging where the product key is printed. In our extremely mobile world, it's an easy situation to get into.
The application itself is easy to use and self-explanatory, even if you have never used a tool like this before. There are a limited number of configuration options, but, then again, Product Key Explorer performs a very specific job that doesn't really need a lot of tweaking. Product Key Explorer lets you specify what computer you want to search on; by ISP address or by specifying the user account on the computer. I have to say, however, I found that Product Key Explorer allowed you to search password-protected accounts without actually needing the password.
Product Key Explorer - an accurate and handy tool for a very specific job.
The new version updates over 20 software product key recovery.
List of products the program works with on website.
Product keys can be saved as .TXT, .XLS, .CSV, .MDB, .HTML or .XML file, printed or copied
Can find keys for over 900 products
Works for both games and other programs
Password-protected accounts on same computer also searched
Product Key Explorer recovers product keys from local or network computers.
Product Key Explorer is product key recovery program which can recover lost product keys for Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe CS3,CS4,CS5,CS6 and +7000 other popular software installed on local or network computers.
You can save recovered product keys as Tab Delimited Txt File (.txt), Excel Workbook (.xls), CSV Comma Delimited (.csv), Access Database (.mdb), SQLLite3 Database, Web Page (.html) or XML Data (.xml) file, Print or Copy to Clipboard.
Product Key Explorer allows to scan all network computers and recover product keys remotely. In order to install or reinstall Microsoft Office, Windows, or other commercial software, you must have access to a product key (CD Key) for that product. Product Key Explorer retrieves product keys from network computers and allows to recover product keys remotely.
"Trial version of Product Key Explorer is more "trying" than "trial" "
The "trial version" of this product would not open on my Vista Laptop, even after repeated installs/uninstalls. Going to the website (finally) was what convinced me to quit. Per the Nsasoft website, the "trial version" of Product Key Explorer "is free to try 15 days, the trial version allows to see retrieved products and if it is possible to recover you product key instead of real serial number it shows first 4 digits of product key." In my book, that makes the trial version little more than a pointless diversion.
nothing, couldn't get it to work
a working product
a trial version that isn't just a come-on for a purchase
Laws concerning the use of this software vary from country to country. We do not encourage or condone the use of this program if it is in violation of these laws.
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