Same goes with Office, or C&C, or Call of Duty, or Cyberlink DVD, Photoshop, and tons more. What if you buy online and don't have a disk? You get the key from the Jelly Bean, and install it like new.
Here's a few other things (besides the obvious awesomeness) that make it gewd:
-Open Source: Trustworthy. This shows that there are no "phone home" messages sent anywhere. It's all about helping you.
-Save and Print: Yes, you have the option of saving the keys to either a text, or a CSV file, or printing directly to the printer.
-Other nice little things: A few other little things like changing the Windows Registry Info, loading a hive (a registry file), remote PC usability, a modifyable config file, changing fonts of the program and the keys, and something as simple as the ability for it to be always on top.
-Command line options: I'm not a CMD man, but you can use it like so. It has these triggers:
-Tiny, and thus Portable: No installer, so no mess. It has an optional config file, and a license text document, but neither are required, so the only thing you absolutely need is a 612kb program that is ready to go. Also, it's extremely light. Only 1.3mbs of RAM at the moment, and I can't imagine it would take much more.
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