Serial numbers (i.e serials, product keys, installation keys etc) are normally needed when installing most popular software programs.
Whether you’ve lost your own your serial key, or you need to obtain a key for any other reason, there’s a really easy way to find it. All you need is an internet connection and our good friend Google.
- Go to Google.com
- In the search field type the name of the software followed by 94FBR.
The following example shows what a search for Photoshop CS5 would look like:
Photoshop CS5 94FBR
- That’s it, you will find the serial key for your chosen software in the first or second result. A lot of the time you will be able to download the software as well, if you haven’t already.
How to find a serial key – How it works
Back in the early 2000′s, 94FBR was part of a MS Office product key that bypassed Microsoft activation. It’s a fairly uncommon term, so when it’s added to a search query on Google, the results show pages containing serial numbers. By specifying the software’s name, like in the example above, the results are more relevant.