Generic keys to install Windows 10, 8.1, and 8

There are times when you need to install Windows 10, 8.1 or 8 to evaluate or test it on a virtual machine, such as VirtualBox. You may not want to activate the Microsoft product every time you use the key on your regular computer.Windows keys

To do this, you can use Microsoft Generic Keys, which will allow you to install the operating system but do not allow it to be turned on.

So with an ISO file containing the installation files Windows, you can install the operating system using one of the following Generic keys. Window 7 does not need a key to install it.

Generic keys for Windows 10

There are two general keys to Windows 10 at this time. One is for the standard version and the other is for the Enterprise version.

Window 10:


Windows 10 Enterprise:


Generic key for Window 8.1

Window 8.1 has four different versions, including: Window 8.1 RT, Window 8.1, Window 8.1 Pro and Window 8.1 Enterprise.

Window 8.1 Standard Edition Pro Edition:


Window 8.1 Pro:


Window 8 Pro with Media Center:


Generic key for Window 8

The RTM version of Windows 8 was available in the following versions: Windows RT, Windows 8, Windows 8 Pro, and Windows 8 Enterprise.

Window 8 standard / no-Pro edition:


Window 8 Pro:


Window 8 Pro with Media Center:



Remember, with these keys you can only install Windows for some evaluation or test for a short time. They can only be activated when you import a genuine key that you purchased from Microsoft.

Once you decide to turn on your installed operating system, you will need to change the general product key for the real key you have purchased.

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