Lazesoft Windows Key Finder v1.7

A full review of Lazesoft Windows Key Finder, a free key finder tool

Lazesoft Windows Key Finder is a dead-simple key finder program. It's completely portable, uses just over 1 MB of space, and is really easy to read and use.

Almost all versions of Windows and Microsoft Office product keys can be found and saved with Lazesoft Windows Key Finder.

This review is of Lazesoft Windows Key Finder v1.7. Please let me know if there's a newer version we need to review.

Please read our Key Finder Programs FAQ for more information on key finder programs in general.

More About Lazesoft Windows Key Finder

Lazesoft Windows Key Finder

Here are some more details on Lazesoft Windows Key Finder, including what major operating system and software programs it finds product keys and serial numbers for:

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 10Windows 8Windows 7Windows VistaWindows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2012/2008/2003

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, and Office 2000. Microsoft Office 2016 and 2013 is also said to be supported, but I was unable to get it to display those keys in Windows 10, Windows 8, or Windows 7

What We Like
  • Small download size

  • Very simple interface

  • Works with several Windows operating systems

  • Works with many versions of MS Office

  • Supports saving product keys to the clipboard or a text file

  • Can print product keys

  • Doesn't require installation (portable)

What We Don't Like
  • Doesn't find MS Office keys that it supposedly supports

  • Only Microsoft programs are supported

Our Thoughts on Lazesoft Windows Key Finder

If you're looking for a key finder program that's easy to use and free from clutter and tons of extra features, Lazesoft Windows Key Finder is definitely a good choice.

Just three buttons are present—Save, Print, and Exit—which renders Lazesoft Windows Key Finder extremely easy to understand and use. The only other option is to copy specific product keys from the program window via the right-click context menu, and since the keys are listed in text form, it's really easy to do so.

It's too bad that Microsoft Office is the only other program supported apart from the Windows OS, but it's great if you need to find product keys for some of the newer Windows operating systems.

If you didn't find what you were looking for with this key finder tool, feel free to try a different free key finder or maybe even a premium key finder tool.