[Windows 7] Extend the Trial period from 30 to 360 days without activation

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This video shows you how to extend the Trial period from 30 to 360 days in Windows 7.

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  1. This doesn't really work… I used the command (slmgr -rearm) the regular way the first 4 times and when i went to registry editor and changed the value from 0 to 1 which would enable me to do it 8 more times then i did the rearm command again but once i restarted the computer then the "SkipRearm" value had reset itself to 0 and my command went to waste since my trial automatically ended again, i tried to repeat the process of changing the value again from 0 to 1 and then i went and did the rearm command which worked just as before but when i restarted the computer the same thing happened again. Is there a way to make the value permanent? Because if not then this guide is practically worthless since the value resets itself after the computer is restarted. So the first 4 times works with no problem since it doesn't require the process of changing the value but the "extra" 8 times doesn't work…

  2. The first 4 times this worked, but then I changed the registry value, gave the command and nothing happened. And now it writes in the corner of the desktop 'your copy of windows is not genuine', it puts on dull black desktop background all the time and the worst – seems to me that the system is beginning to slow down.
    What is your opinion, when you fail to activate windows/renew the trial, does it make your PC slower?
    Also, is there still a way to fix this so I do not have to reinstall? 

  3. @talhajutt1 No you have understood the video wrong. On the last trial day, enter the command, you will have 30 day trial again. And when the trial reaches its last day, use the command again and so on. So you have lost 3 or 4 rearms.

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