You know the score, you buy your software and then receive a serial code by email. Two years later, you want to reinstall this software and can't find the original email. Worse, you can't find the order number so you can't login to the original site to find your code. Software suppliers might help - as they don't want a disgruntled customer - but in most instances their orders are accepted by a specialist online e-commerce company such as Digital River.
Keyfiler is an online-only system that will enable you to store your software serial codes online, in a unique database designed for this purpose. You can also store your web usernames, passwords and other information. You can then export the data to your computer if you lose it in future. However, you need to ask whether you can trust a third-party site to securely store and manage your personal software serial codes?
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