Free Windows serials keys and more

Belarc Advisor is a free personal PC Audit software that builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware.

What this tool also does is identifing licenced software and unlicenced ones. Stupid enough, it makes a list of those licences, and for some reason, different websites publish this hidden somewhere on their website. But as we all know, you can keep nothing secret from our good old friend Google.

So...if you need a software licence, just google for "Belarc Advisor Current Profile" (quotes included) and see a computer report with everything that computer has installed and the serials for those softwares.

Here's an example (somewhere on the bottom of the page you can find the serial keys for office and windows and others)

If you want to be more specific, add the software name in the google search: "Windows XP Professional" "Belarc Advisor Current Profile"

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Firefox and User Agent Switcher

Download and install the User Agent Switcher from here

Read popular magazines for free as a IPhone

Zinio is a company that is providing popular magazines like Reader's Digest, CosmoGirl, Elle, Macworld, Men's Health, National Geographic, Playboy, Penthouse and books in a digital format for free. These magazines are served as high resolution images and are the exact replica of the real magazines.

To read these magazines inside Firefox, first download User Agent switcher addon for Firefox. Go to Tools>User Agent Switcher>Options >Options. Click on User Agents and then click on Add. Now fill in the fields as follows:

Description: iPhone
User Agent: Mobile Safari 1.1.3 (iPhone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en)
App Name: AppleWebKit/420+ (KHTML, like Gecko)
App Version: Version/3.0
Platform: Mobile/1A542a Safari/419.3

So we have added iPhone as a user agent. Then click on Tools>User Agent Switcher and click iPhone to set the user agent to iPhone. We are now ready to begin.

Proceed to and read all your favorite magazines for free!

Walk in google shoes

Well, the googlebot is allowed access to webpages that are normally restricted to registered users (members-only sites). This is mainly because the site owners want their websites to be searchable via google but at the same time preventing non-members from accessing.

Go to Tools>User Agent Switcher>Options >Options. Click on User Agents and then click on Add. Now fill in the fields as follows:

Description: Googlebot
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +
App Name: Googlebot
App Version: 2.1

You are done, congrats, your browser will now be recognised as a googlebot!
To revert back, click on Tools–>User Agent Switcher–>Default


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