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Licence Crawler

This does include the Windows product key but also other serial numbers for applications like Nero, Office, VMWare and pretty much every other application.

Instead of searching for the keys in your e-mails, manuals and recipes you could use another approach. LicenseCrawler is a sweet little application that scans the Windows Registry for Windows product keys and other serial numbers and licenses.

The LicenseCrawler can discover application product keys and other serial numbers or licenses very quickly and supports all versions of Windows operating system from Windows 95 over Windows 7 to Windows Server 2008 R2 (64Bit).

The portable-version can be run from any location and would be a perfect fit for a USB stick. The software is ideal to backup your system, help IT-Service members and for forensic services.

Asking clients to find serial and license keys is often very frustrating. Instead, tech support can simply run License Crawler without having to interact with the client at all.

Is this software safe: Yes! It is in our own interest to keep the software clean. The LicenseCrawler has been tested by many software distribution teams against viruses, spyware, adware, trojan, backdoors and was found to be 100% clean. Nobody is so stupid to write bad software and leave the address in the contact form for the police.

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