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posted on August 19th 2015, at 11:14
by lunarg

To (re)-install Windows 10 with retail or OEM media (including the Windows 10 media creator), you can (temporarily) use the "generic" installation keys, officially provided by Microsoft.

These keys allow you to perform the installation, after which Windows will run in a 30-day trial mode, before a proper key and activation is required. The keys are language and platform-independent.

Windows 10 (Home)TX9XD-98N7V-6WMQ6-BX7FG-H8Q99
Windows 10 (Home) Single Language7HNRX-D7KGG-3K4RQ-4WPJ4-YTDFH
Windows 10 ProVK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T
Windows 10 EnterpriseNPPR9-FWDCX-D2C8J-H872K-2YT43
 
On December 13th 2015 at 02:50, glnz wrote:
 
Not a great tech like B Manticore - just a tourist. But my key for my Win 10 Pro 64-bit (after upgrading from 8.1 Pro 64-bit and then reinstalling) is the "generic" key above. But I've been using 10 for longer than 30 days, and it says it is "activated with a digital entitlement". But looks like this is expected.
 
 
 
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