If you’ve problem to activate Windows 10 (or any Microsoft product) via Internet, the good old “activate by phone” service is still available.
Physically, you can easily identify a USB 3.0 flash drive by looking for label printed on chassis or the blue color of connector, with reference to Wikipedia.
As mentioned earlier, most branded computers like Dell have stopped attaching certificate of authenticity (COA) to chassis since Windows 8.
Do you know how to check which Windows 10 edition you’re using – Windows 10 Pro for Education or Windows 10 Education? For those who performed Windows 10 upgrade from Windows 7/8/8.1, how to find out which product key you used during the free upgrade?
You’ll need to change product key if you want to upgrade Windows 10 edition (e.g. from Home to Pro).
You’ve just bought a new Dell computer came with pre-installed Windows 10 and there is no legacy COA (Certificate of Authenticity) attached to the chassis. In fact, Dell does not distribute COA since Windows 8.
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