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Windows 7 Master Key


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What do you mean by master key?

In the distant past, when MS products required a 10 digit key, they had a master key indeed (starting with "335-"). Needless to say, it leaked. You'll easily find it on Google. It can unlock almost all MS products that were available at the time.

I would reckon that MS has learned from that, and no longer builds any master keys into their products.

However, all current Windows versions (client and server) since Windows Vista have generic keys with which you can install but not activate Windows.

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