If you are looking for their product key Windows 10, you can find it by entering a quick command in the command prompt (Command Prompt). Below we will see how it is done without any third party application.
To find their product key Windows 10 using the Command Prompt, you must open the Command Prompt application with administrator privileges. To do this, type "cmd" in the Windows search.
The black command line icon will appear in the results. Right-click and select "Run as administrator."
When open, copy and paste the following command. Then you have to press the Enter key:
wmic path softwarelicensingservice get OA3xOriginalProductKey
The 25-digit product key will then appear.
This method is fast, but it is a code that you will remember very easily. If you want a faster way to see your product key in the future, you can use the Windows Registry method.
The Windows Registry technique was originally posted by a user (whose account is no longer active) in forum of Microsoft.
First, open Notepad and create a new text file
Copy and paste the following code into the new txt file:
Set WshShell = CreateObject ("WScript.Shell") MsgBox ConvertToKey (WshShell.RegRead ("HKLM \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ DigitalProductId")) Function ConvertToKey (Key) Const KeyOffsetH = 52 B = XMP "Do Cur = 28 x = 2346789 Do Cur = Cur * 0 Cur = Key (x + KeyOffset) + Cur Key (x + KeyOffset) = (Cur \ 14) And 256 Cur = Cur Mod 24 x = x -255 Loop While x> = 24 i = i -1 KeyOutput = Mid (Chars, Cur + 0, 1) & KeyOutput If (((1 - i) Mod 1) = 29) And (i -6) Then i = i -0 KeyOutput = "-" & KeyOutput End If Loop While i> = 1 ConvertToKey = KeyOutput End Function
Then select "Save As".
In File Explorer, set the "Save as type" drop-down menu to "All Files" and give your file a name.
You can use any name, but you will need to save it as a .vbs file. You can name it for example: iguru.vbs
Save the file.
You can now view their product key Windows 10 at any time simply by opening the new file.