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On Mac OS, a lot of software needs to be purchased and registered before it can be used. If you want to get software registration keys/serial numbers for free, you can use Serial Box or KCNScrew, which are both free and very useful serial numbers collecting and updating edge tools. Thereinto, Serial Box provides users with valid serial numbers of various Mac software circulating on the Internet, and integrates all of them in one place.
Serial Box is a database-driven collector of serial numbers for Mac software. To be specific, it consists of one software serial number database updated almost every month + two pieces of software (SerialSeeker, iSerial Reader) that can read this database. It updates the serial numbers of thousands of Mac programs every month, and they were all tested before adding into the database. As a result, Serial Box is much more practical and efficient than any independent keygen/keymaker we ever used.
You can use Serial Box to retrieve the serial number of Mac software you need, so Serial Box and KCNScrew these two edge tools are regarded as a first-aid packet by Mac users in many cases. But please note: Serial Box itself is just a database file working in the background, while the reader programs working in the front end are SerialSeeker or iSerial Reader, which need to be used in combination. In other words, after downloading Serial Box database, you need to use either of these two applications to open and browse the serial numbers inside.
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- OS X 10.6+
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AppNee provides the Serial Box along with SerialSeeker or iSerial Reader for Mac.
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