Many times you have to uninstall and reinstall Windows or a software due to a corrupt file or due to a virus attack or a system crash. Whenever you will reinstall your Windows or Microsoft Office you will have to reactivate your license online for each one of them even if you will reinstall on the same PC. But for all the software’s there is a certain limit up to which you can activate the same license on the same PC after which the software will get locked and you will have to get it unlocked from the vendor which in this case is Microsoft. But now I have got an application named Advanced tokens Manager ,which is a freeware tool. The software will help you to maintain a backup of your activation of your windows and Microsoft Office 2010.
Using the backup you can restore it whenever you will reinstall your system. You have to run the tool from a new folder. The software will work for Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office 2010 and will backup all the license files. The software is totally virus free and it does not require any external programs except the .NET Framework. The tool has a dynamic interface. Its very lightweight and fast and requires less than 30 seconds to restore your activation. The software is already coded with all the necessary security features.
This is the first window that will open when you will run the software for the first time after downloading it. The software doesn’t require installation as it will run directly from the exe file. The tool has two main tabs one is for Windows Activation and the other is for Microsoft Office Activation. Both the tabs have Backup and Change Product Key buttons. You can use the Backup button to take the backup of the Windows activation.
This tab is for providing you the backup for the Microsoft Office activation using the Backup button. The application is compatible with various software like Office 2010, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2011 and Windows 2008 R2. The backup of the required software will be made in the same folder in which you have stored the software. The backup folder will contain a Tokens.dat file which will store most of the windows activation files. The backup files will run on the same machine not on every machine you install your software. So if you have to install your software on any other machine you will have to activate it on that machine. In case you change a hardware on your system then you should take the backup again as whenever you change the hardware the activation files will change.