Find your serial keys save them in a safe place with MyKeyFinder

How many programs do you have installed on your PC? Do your have every single serial key for each of your software stored in a safe place? Would you like to group them (the serial keys) in one single document? Consider it done with Abelssoft’s MyKeyFinder.


MyKeyFinder (MKF) is your best friend if, by any chance, you lost a serial key for a program. MKF collects and lists all the serial keys  available in your system, including Windows and Microsoft Office Keys. Once keys are found, MKF let’s you print or export (as a PDF document) them all or just the ones you select. Nothing more and nothing less.


MKF scans the registry to find serial keys. That means if a program does not store its key in the registry (e.g. some programs store keys in their folders or within their own EXE) then MKF cannot find the key. Bottom line: Don’t expect MKF to find every key for every program you have installed.


On the first run, MKF asks for your email in order to supply to you a free unlock code (and probably for Abelssoft to send you information about their products):


The text in the yellow boxes is me translating from Portuguese to English. Yes, dotTech is offering you a foreign language course.

The unlock code should automatically appear in the box at the bottom of the form once you fill out the form and hit the Get Code button. However, if it doesn’t you can always get the code from your email box:

However you get the code, once the code is inputted, hit the the Unlock Now button and you are good to go.


Now that you’re in, MKF will start doing it’s magic right away, searching for your keys. Depending on how much software you’ve installed on your computer, the list will be generated in about a minute or two. Once MKF is done, you are shown the keys that were found on-screen and it’s up to you what to do with them — paper or digital? (Go green!)

On the exit, a final screen is presented to you asking for a small tip. Don’t be like me and think Abelssoft is asking for some critic feedback; it’s a donation they want ($$$). You may graciously refuse, of course.


MyKeyFinder is small, simple, and effective. It does exactly what it’s suppose to do and, who knows, it may save the day in the future.

Grab MKF from the following links:

Price: Free

Version reviewed: v2012.2

Supported OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and 7

Download size: 2.7 MB

Malware status: VirusTotal scan results (0/41)

MyKeyFinder homepage [direct download]

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  • Ashraf

    @bill: LMAO, I hate when I mix up words. My excuse is English isn’t my first language.

    @Leandro: Lies.

  • Thanks for the translation Leandro, and the program :)

    Mine was all in English so I’m guessing you speak Portuguese and were translating your one for us English speakers ;)

    Installed and worked fine for me

  • Leandro


    Will check it out, thanks for the tip.

  • Leandro


    Will do Tortuga but it´s not easy, word is there´s people (Ashraf) after me to wipe me.

  • Leandro


    That´s what dotTech is for. You´re welcome.

  • Leandro


    Can I pass on both?

  • AT

    You can try a software called LicenseCrawler. I used an earlier build and found loads of keys. I haven’t tested the current version.

  • Tortuga

    Thanks Leandro!

    Keep up the good work!

  • Mike

    Many thanks for this timely software! I was just looking for something this past weekend–

  • bill

    @Ashraf: That sounds kind of …uhh.. well, anyway, I bet he would rather be whipped than “wiped”.

  • Ashraf

    @GeorgeIbiza: Leandro shall be wiped.

  • GeorgeIbiza

    Disappointing result….MyKeyFinder report shows less than 10% of the programs installed….
    amusingly, it did not show it’s own reg key
    A useful idea but unstifactoy result

  • Leandro


    Whatever works, right?

  • Leandro


    You´re welcome…

  • Frank

    on my system it found lots of shit (like 10 entries from synaptics touchpad).
    I prefer Magical Jellybean Keyfinder from here:

  • colin

    All the other keyfinders I’ve tried get removed by the AV software, this one hasn’t – as yet.
    Interesting that it didn’t find it’s own key….