If you visit that page on a Windows machine, it’ll redirect you to the download tool page instead.Just begin the installation process and install Windows 10 like you normally would.There's a lot of confusion about CD or, more properly, "Product Keys", those long strings of numbers and letters you need to type in when you install Microsoft Windows.
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Changing the product key that you used to install Windows with might be necessary if you find out that your current product key is...
well, illegal, and you've purchased a new copy of Windows to solve the problem.
While I think it's less common these days, many people still use product key generators or other illegal tools to get product keys that work to install Windows only to find out later, when they try to activate Windows, that their original plan isn't going to work out. You can change the product key manually by making certain registry changes or by using a wizard available in Control Panel. Since some versions of Windows use slightly different names for some menus and windows, pay close attention to the differences that are called out in those steps.
Note: The steps involved in changing your product key differ considerably depending on which Windows operating system you're using. It's important to take great care in making only the changes described below!
Important: I highly recommend that you back up the registry keys you're changing in these steps as an extra precaution.
If you're uncomfortable making registry changes in order to change your Windows XP product key, using the popular free product key finder program called Winkeyfinder is another option.For purposes of this discussion, a clean install--or what Microsoft calls a custom install--is when you boot your PC with Windows 7 Setup media (typically a Setup DVD, but with this version it could also be a specially created, bootable USB memory device containing the Setup bits) with the intention of installing just Windows 7 on the PC.There could be a previous version of Windows (XP or Vista) installed on the PC already.Any CD will do, but it's your possession of a unique product key that verifies you as having purchased a legitimate copy of the product. Microsoft is fairly vague on the details of "product activation", but it's likely that one of the things it checks is that the product key you entered is unique, and not already in use by someone else, or on another machine.Now, if you have a legitimate, working installation of Microsoft Windows, you can, in fact, get the product key without the sticker.How do you find the CD Key of the Windows CD you have?