Tutorial on How to Easily Remove Product Keys in Windows 10

Tutorial on How to Easily Remove Product Keys in Windows 10

Geekers - What are Product Keys? How to remove Product Key in Windows 10? Talking about unofficial, aka pirated, Windows operating systems, our minds are sure to think about product keys or serial numbers.


This serial number has a very important role in making your operating system not expired, which usually affects the programs in it. Meanwhile, the Windows operating system is one of the most widely used operating systems worldwide.



There are many advantages that we can get when using Windows. One of them, Windows has a nice, attractive appearance, and doesn't easily bore you. If you are bored, you can replace it with a theme or another display according to your wishes. Then for security it is also strong because it is equipped with Windows Firewall and Windows Defender.


What are Product Keys?


A product key or commonly known as a serial number is a collection of digit numbers which are approximately 25 digits long. This series of numbers will be used to perform Windows activities. If the Windows operating system is not activated, then usually this operating system cannot carry out its duties properly. In addition, the function of having a product key is to differentiate between one computer or laptop and another.


You need to know that most product keys you can only use for one computer. That is, you have to use another serial number if you want to activate Windows. But in fact, sometimes there are also serial numbers that can be used for more than one Windows operating system. It's just that things like this rarely happen.



How to Remove Product Key in Windows 10


1. First open Command Prompt by right-clicking and selecting Run as administrator.


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2. Then type slmgr.vbs /dlv. A popup window will appear as shown below. Note the Activation ID.


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3. Then type slmgr /upk accompanied by [Activation ID] as shown below. Don't make a typo, you'll get an error.


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4. If successful, a popup notification will appear as shown below. That means the product key has been successfully deleted.



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5. To be sure, you can enter the Activation settings menu.


Tutorial on how to delete product keys in Windows 10. Tutorial on how to delete product keys in Windows 10


6. In the Activation section, it will say Windows is not activated, which means that Windows has not been activated / the product key has been entered.


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How to Get Product Key?


Actually, there are three ways to get this product key. The three ways are also not too difficult to do. There are three ways you can get a product key, including:


1. Buy Windows


When you buy a Windows operating system, especially Windows 10 with a physical disc, you can get the serial number later. Usually, you can get the serial number in the purchase box or physical disc sticker.


2. Download Windows


The second way is to download Windows 10, which usually you can also get the serial number right away. Several websites for downloading the Windows operating system have also provided links to be able to get a serial number or to activate it.


3. Look up the Serial Number on the Internet


For those of you who have Windows 10 for free, aka download, while you don't get the serial number, then you can try this third method.


All you have to do is look for the serial number for Windows 10. Later you will get many serial numbers and you can choose one by one. In this third way, you will usually get the right product key right away, sometimes you still have to look for it again.



That's how to easily remove Product Key in Windows 10. We hope this tutorial was useful and easy to understand!

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