#Transfer #Windows #License

If you’re building a new PC (perhaps one of the best PC builds) with Microsoft’s operating system on it, you probably need a Windows product key. Yes, you can run Windows 10 or 11 without a key, but this “inactivated” version of Windows will have an annoying watermark in the lower right corner of the screen and will have some features — the ability to change wallpaper, for example — disabled.

So it really helps to have a Windows product key, but the good news is that, if you are replacing a computer that already has a valid Windows key, you may be able to transfer the key to your new PC. We say “may” because your ability to transfer a Windows license depends on what type of license you have, which we’ll explain below. However, if you need a new key, check out our article on how to get Windows 11 or 10 for free or cheap.



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