- DavidLv 72 months agoFavourite answer
Usually there is no need to see your windows key, once licenced with the key the computer details are stored on Microsoft activation servers so the key won't be needed again, reactivation will normally be automatic if you need to reinstall windows 10, as long as you are installing the same version of windows i.e. home or pro on the same computer.
- 2 months ago
Previous Versions of windows:
in previous version the accessible key is found under system settings
Its a one pc use version.
see no problem in saying that it its legacy !!@ &..
if its not on network it wont give you cloud -?-
presumably fair grace.
- Nathan HLv 42 months ago
There is no Windows key, just like there's no "any" key.
- JohnLv 72 months ago
I use Belarc Adviser when I need to look at things like that. Lots of info about your system including keys.
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- dewcoonsLv 72 months ago
Long and short of it is, you can't. Windows does not make the key visible so that people can not pirate them. Plus if Windows came preinstalled on your PC then it is a OEM version that does not have a key. Instead it polls the PC to see that it is on the right make and model of PC. If it is, then it runs.