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Saturday, May 14, 2011

How to Use Windows 7 Without Activation ?

Most of you
might be
aware of
the fact
that it is
possible to
Windows 7
and Vista
for 120 days without activation.
This is actually possible using the
slmgr -rearm command which will
extend the grace period from 30
days to 120 days. However in this
post I will show you a small trick
using which it is possible to use
Windows 7 without activation for
approximately an year! Here is a
way to do that.
1. Goto “Start Menu -> All
Programs -> Accessories” . Right
click on “Command Prompt” and
select “Run as Administrator“. If
you are not the administrator then
you are prompted to enter the
password, or else you can proceed
to step-2.
2. Now type the following
command and hit enter
slmgr -rearm
3. You will be prompted to restart
the computer. Once restarted the
trial period will be once again reset
to 30 days. You can use the above
command for up to 3 times by
which you can extend the trial
period to 120 days without
4. Now comes the actual trick by
which you can extend the trial
period for another 240 days. Open
Registry Editor (type regedit in
“Run” and hit Enter) and navigate
to the following location
\Microsoft\Windows NT
5. In right-side pane, change value
of SkipRearm to 1.
6. Now you will be able to use the
slmgr -rearm command for
another 8 times so that you can
skip activation process for another
240 days. So you will get 120 + 240
= 360 days of free Windows 7
120 days using “slmgr -rearm”
command before registry edit
240 days using “slmgr -rearm”
command after registry edit
= 360 Days
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