Extend your trial version Windows 7


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What today there are ways to legally extend the trial period of Windows 7? What edition is suitable for this? Settle on a trial version of the release candidate of the first service pack SP1 itself? Thanks for the answers!)
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you must run an elevated command:
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slmgr.vbs /rearm

after a reboot win 7 will be extended by 30 days. so you can do 2 or three times.
the wording seem to fit all.
the extended OS is legal, so you can bet any and SP
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Under the terms of the agreement. Windows 7 has a trial period, this period (30 days + rearm) is a valid time to activate the licence.
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Here is an excerpt from the agreement:
>If there is an official license, you are entitled to use the software during installation before the end of the permitted period of activation. If the software is not activated, you have no right to use it after the period of activation.
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I.e. technically it will work, but if it's a test you can take.
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Here more info see item 4.
\rdownload.microsoft.com/documents/rus/licensing/pdffiles/win7/Windows_7_Ultimate.pdf
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Found in your file from Windows, downloaded from torrents
Step 1. In the running Windows 7 that was not yet activated, click the Start button, type regedit in the Search bar, then press ENTER to launch the registry Editor.
Step 2. Navigate to the registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SOFTWARE\\Microsoft\\Windows NT\\CurrentVersion\\SoftwareProtectionPlatform
Step 3. Click, right-click on SkipRearm and click Edit. Set the default value Dword with a value of 00000000. Change this value to any positive integer number, such as 00000001, save and close the registry editor.
Step 4. Start a command prompt with administrator rights.
Step 5. Type one of the following two commands and press ENTER:
slmgr-rearm
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rundll32 slc.dll,SLReArmWindows
Step 6. Restart the computer so the changes take effect.
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and when those two or three legal rearm expires, you can either buy licenziu, either to reinstall, or you can Google "w7lxe". but that's another story.
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(and Yes, a year ago, the trick with changing the system time worked. infa 100%)
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