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windows 7 license expiration Extend the Trial Period of Windows 7 to Four Months [How To]If you’re currently evaluating Windows, you can keep an eye on the expiration date of the license to ensure functionality is not reduced when the trial period ends. Windows Forums member and Windows Guides writer, Stu, shares the following commands to check the license status of your copy of Windows:

  • slmgr /dli Current license information
  • slmgr /dlv Detailed information on the current license
  • slmgr /xpr Expiration date
He also shows us how to extend the trial period by 30 days, which can be done up to three times for a total of 120 days, with the slmgr /rearm command. Check the tutorial for more information on how to run these commands and interpret the results:

Check Windows 7 License Information (Windows 7 Tutorials)



 Extend the Trial Period of Windows 7 to Four Months [How To]

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