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Extend Windows 7 Trial Period Indefinitely with Rearm Count Reset Tools



How to Use Windows 7 Forever with Rearm Count Reset Tools




Windows 7 is one of the most popular operating systems in the world, but it has a limited trial period of 30 days. After that, you need to activate it with a valid product key or else it will expire and stop working properly. However, there is a way to extend the trial period up to 120 days by using a feature called rearm. And if that's not enough, there are also some tools that can reset the rearm count to 4 every time you run them, which means you can use Windows 7 forever without cracking it. In this article, we will show you how to use Windows 7 rearm and rearm count reset tools.




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What is Windows 7 rearm?




Windows 7 rearm is a command that allows you to reset the activation timer of Windows 7 and extend the trial period by another 30 days. You can use this command up to 4 times, which gives you a total of 120 days of free usage. To use this command, you need to open the command prompt as an administrator and type slmgr /rearm. This will restart your computer and reset the activation timer.


How to rearm Windows 7 manually




To rearm Windows 7 manually, follow these steps:


  • Click on Start and type cmd in the search box.



  • Right-click on cmd and select Run as administrator.



  • Type slmgr /rearm and press Enter.



  • Wait for a confirmation message and click OK.



  • Restart your computer.



You can check the remaining trial days by typing slmgr /dlv in the command prompt. You can also see the number of rearm counts left by looking at the second to last line of the output.


How to rearm Windows 7 automatically




If you don't want to rearm Windows 7 manually every month, you can use a simple script that will do it for you automatically on the 29th or 30th day of every month. To create this script, follow these steps:


  • Open Notepad and paste the following code:



@echo off echo ================================================= echo This script will rearm windows automatically echo ================================================= echo Checking date... for /f "tokens=1-4 delims=/ " %%a in ('date /t') do (set mydate=%%a%%b%%c%%d) if %mydate%==2930 goto :rearm if %mydate%==3031 goto :rearm goto :end :rearm echo Rearming windows... slmgr /rearm echo Done. goto :end :end echo Exiting... exit


  • Save the file as rearm.bat in any location.



  • Create a new task in Task Scheduler that will run this script every day at a specific time.



This way, you don't have to worry about rearming Windows 7 manually every month.


What are Rearm Count Reset Tools?




Rearm count reset tools are programs that can reset the rearm count of Windows 7 back to 4 every time you run them. This means you can use Windows 7 forever without cracking it. However, these tools are not official and may not work on all versions of Windows 7. Use them at your own risk.


InfiniteRearm4 v1.9




InfiniteRearm4 v1.9 is a tool that can reset the rearm count of Windows 7 back to 4 by deleting a registry key that contains the last rearm time. However, this key cannot be deleted or modified during a normal user session, so you need to run this tool from the recovery console. To use this tool, follow these steps:


  • Download InfiniteRearm4 v1.9 from here.



  • Extract the file and copy reset.bat to the root folder of your C drive (or any other drive where your OS is installed).



  • Restart your computer and press F8 to enter Advanced Boot Options.



  • Select Repair your Computer.



  • Select your keyboard input method and log in with your credentials.



  • In the System Recovery Options menu, select Command Prompt.



  • Type C:\reset.bat (or D:\reset.bat, depending on your drive letter) and press Enter.



  • If successful, you should see a message saying "The operation completed successfully".



  • Restart your computer.



  • You may see a message saying that this product is not genuine. Ignore it and wait for a while until a message box appears confirming that the rearm count has been reset.



Windows 7 Rearm Forever 2.0




Windows 7 Rearm Forever 2.0 is another tool that can reset the rearm count of Windows 7 back to 4 by deleting a registry key that contains the last rearm time. However, this tool also modifies some system files and adds some registry entries that may affect your system stability. To use this tool, follow these steps:


  • Download Windows 7 Rearm Forever 2.0 from here.



  • Extract the file and run Rearm Forever.exe.



  • Select your language and click Next.



  • Select I Agree and click Next.



  • Select Install Now and click Next.



  • Select Yes when prompted to restart your computer.



  • You may see a message saying that this product is not genuine. Ignore it and wait for a while until a message box appears confirming that the rearm count has been reset.



Windows 7 RearmTask4 v2.1




Windows 7 RearmTask4 v2.1 is another tool that can reset the rearm count of Windows 7 back to 4 by deleting a registry key that contains the last rearm time. However, this tool also creates a scheduled task that will run every day at a specific time and check if the date is either the last or second last day of any month. If yes, it will run RearmTask.exe, which will delete the registry key and restart your computer automatically. To use this tool, follow these steps:


  • Download Windows 7 RearmTask4 v2.1 from here.



  • Extract the file and run RearmTask.exe.



  • Select Install Now and click Next.



  • Select Yes when prompted to restart your computer.



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Rearm count reset tools are easy to use, but they require some steps that you need to follow carefully. Here are the general steps that apply to all three tools:


Step 1: Boot into recovery mode




To use any of the rearm count reset tools, you need to boot your computer into recovery mode. This is because you cannot access or modify the registry key that contains the last rearm time from within Windows. To boot into recovery mode, follow these steps:


  • Restart your computer and press F8 repeatedly to enter Advanced Boot Options.



  • Select Repair your Computer from the list of options.



  • Select your keyboard input method and log in with your credentials.



Step 2: Run the reset command




Once you are in recovery mode, you need to run the reset command that will delete the registry key and reset the rearm count. Depending on which tool you are using, the command may vary slightly. Here are the commands for each tool:


  • For InfiniteRearm4 v1.9, type C:\reset.bat (or D:\reset.bat, depending on your drive letter) and press Enter.



  • For Windows 7 Rearm Forever 2.0, type C:\Rearm Forever.exe (or D:\Rearm Forever.exe, depending on your drive letter) and press Enter.



  • For Windows 7 RearmTask4 v2.1, type C:\RearmTask.exe (or D:\RearmTask.exe, depending on your drive letter) and press Enter.



If successful, you should see a message saying "The operation completed successfully".


Step 3: Restart your computer




After running the reset command, you need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Click on Restart button in the recovery mode.



  • Your computer will reboot normally.



Step 4: Wait for the message box




After restarting your computer, you may see a message saying that this product is not genuine. This is normal and can be ignored. Just wait for a while until a message box appears confirming that the rearm count has been reset. You can check this by typing slmgr /dlv in the command prompt and looking at the second to last line of the output.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use Windows 7 forever with rearm count reset tools. These tools can help you extend the trial period of Windows 7 by resetting the rearm count back to 4 every time you run them. However, these tools are not official and may not work on all versions of Windows 7. Use them at your own risk.


FAQs




  • What is Windows 7 rearm?Windows 7 rearm is a command that allows you to reset the activation timer of Windows 7 and extend the trial period by another 30 days.



  • How many times can I rearm Windows 7?You can rearm Windows 7 up to 4 times, which gives you a total of 120 days of free usage.



  • What are rearm count reset tools?Rearm count reset tools are programs that can reset the rearm count of Windows 7 back to 4 every time you run them.



  • How do I use rearm count reset tools?You need to boot your computer into recovery mode, run the reset command, restart your computer and wait for the message box.



  • Are rearm count reset tools safe?Rearm count reset tools are not official and may not work on all versions of Windows 7. Use them at your own risk.




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