Win7 MAC Address Changer 2.0
Clean and intuitive interface
Win7 MAC Address Changer boasts a rather simple interface that can be safely used by beginners as well, at least as long as they know how a MAC change affects the computer.
The clean interface prompts the user to choose the adapter whose MAC is to be modified, while step number two prompts to select the operating system, which can be Windows 8, 7 and Vista, all three being fully supported.
Generate a new random address
Next, you are required to enter the new MAC or, in case you wish to switch to a random one, it's enough to hit the “Randomize” button and let the application generate one automatically. In addition, the current MAC address is displayed in a dedicated field.
One click away from the new MAC
Once you've reached this step, there's nothing more to do than to press the big “Change” button and watch Win7 MAC Address Changer modify the address. You need to disable and enable the network adapter back in order to apply the new settings.
The possibility to revert changes
If for some reason you want to switch back to the original MAC address, Win7 MAC Address Changer comes with a dedicated “Reset to Default” button that allows you to reset the new MAC and enable the one you've used prior to the modification.
To sum it up
All in all, this is one of the easiest MAC spoofing tools, but it does nothing spectacular compared to the other tools in its category. It serves its purpose just right, being available to all levels of experience, even if the task should not be managed by everyone.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa on August 1st, 2014
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- Lots of tweaks and improvements.
- Probability of working MAC Address generation increased.
Application descriptionWin7 MAC Address Changer is a simple and useful application specially designed to assist users in changing the M...
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