Many of PC / Laptop users use the Windows 10 operating system. Windows 10 is widely used because it still receives updates and improvements to the protection system from Windows directly.
But Windows 10 is not free guys, you have to pay to buy a Windows 10 full license . But not a few also use pirated versions of Windows 10 which you can download on the Kuyhaa site.
Pirated versions of Windows 10 can be installed on your PC / laptop. But in the middle of the trip you will definitely see a notification that says “Your Windows License Will Expire Soon” . That means your Windows 10 license will expire and need to be reactivated.
But don’t worry, you can handle it in less than 5 minutes using the help of a third-party application called KMSpico. What is KMSpico? KMSpico is an application as an activator for Windows 7, 8 and 10. This application was created and developed by a programmer named Heldigard. Here’s how to deal with Windows 10 expired without reinstalling .
How to resolve Windows 10 Expired with KMSpico
- Turn off Antivirus first
- Make sure KMSpico has been downloaded, if you haven’t already, you can download it on the Kuyhaa site
- Extract the file if it’s still wrapped in Winrar
- Run the .exe by right-clicking “Run As Administrator”
- Wait for the activation process to finish (usually it says “program complete”)
- Restart or Reboot your PC / Laptop
Done, now the Windows expired problem has been resolved. But keep in mind this activation does not last forever, usually 6 months or 1 year you need to reactivate.
For those who are still in doubt whether Windows has been activated, you can check it directly by looking at Windows expired.
Open Control Panel > Go to System and Security > Click System > Check on the Windows Activation section.
If it says Windows is activated it means your windows are still active.
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