How To Genuine Windows 7

Windows 7 is an operating system that was released by Microsoft in 2009. It is very popular among users due to its friendly Interface and efficient performance. However, using an unauthentic version of Windows 7 can pose security risks and limit access to certain features. This blog post will guide you through the process of making your Windows 7 genuine.


Before proceeding with the steps to genuine your Windows 7, you need to ensure that you have the following:

  • A valid and unused Windows 7 product key
  • Administrative privileges on your computer

Step 1: Open the System Properties

The first step is to open the System Properties window where you can change your product key. To do this, follow these simple steps:

  1. Click on the Start button
  2. Right-click on Computer
  3. Select Properties from the context menu

The System Properties window will now open.

Step 2: Change the Product Key

Now that you have opened the System Properties window, you need to change your product key to a genuine one. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Scroll down to the Windows activation section
  2. Click on the Change product key link
  3. Enter your new, genuine Windows 7 product key
  4. Click Next to proceed

Windows will now verify the product key and activate your Windows 7. If the key is valid, your Windows will be genuine.

Step 3: Verify the Activation

To ensure that your Windows 7 is now genuine, you can check the activation status. To do this, follow these steps:

  1. Open the System Properties window again (as described in Step 1)
  2. Scroll down to the Windows activation section
  3. Verify that the status shows “Windows is activated” and the genuine logo is displayed

Congratulations! Your Windows 7 is now genuine.

Final Thoughts

By following these simple steps, you can easily genuine your Windows 7 and enjoy all the features and security updates provided by Microsoft. Please note that support for Windows 7 has officially ended on January 14, 2020. It is highly recommended to upgrade your operating system to the latest version (Windows 10) to receive ongoing support and updates.