KeyChanger is an application developed to help users recover their Windows product key with minimum effort.

Although it’s called KeyChanger, the application doesn’t change any product key, but instead it shows this information in a very plain and simple GUI.

Only basic computer knowledge is required because the program does most of the job all by itself, so it’s basically enough to simply launch it.

Besides the Windows product key, the app also shows the current Office key, the registered owner of the system, the registered organization and the computer name. In case some of these details do not appear, simply hit the “Refresh” button.

Sadly, KeyChanger provides absolutely no features to export or save the collected information, so you can’t do anything else besides seeing the aforementioned data.

KeyChanger runs on any Windows versions and requires administrator privileges on Windows 7 workstations. It works smoothly, so it can be safely launched on both older and newer systems. Additionally, it needs just a second to show you the product keys, without any impact on computer performance.

All things considered, KeyChanger is a helpful product, although it’s pretty obvious that further improvements need to be made in the next releases.

It can be used by both rookies and more experienced users, but it doesn’t comprise tools to export data, change the product keys or at least generate reports for further analyzing.