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[Windows 8.1] Skip product key check during installation

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  1. Anonymous says:

    There should be space between Home & Education. Please show how to write?

    1. Devendra says:

      Either use Home or Education. Both will bypass the product key page, once Windows is installed you can go to Windows settings and enter your product key. Most computer and laptops come with Windows single language pre-installed, and the activation information takes place in bios.

      PS: Sometime you don’t even have to enter a product key If you are installing single language Windows, however, if you have a Windows key you can activate once Windows is installed. Remember that different version of the edition may not support the same product key.

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