The FixWin is a portable application that is designed to troubleshoot a variety of Windows 7 and Windows Vista systems. These two systems sometimes require different settings, but the application automatically detects the system and offers only the necessary options. Perhaps your Recycle Bin is not updated correctly, or you have lost the context menu in Internet Explorer? Or maybe things aren't going well with Windows Media Center and you need to update its database? Or you turned off the Sticky Notes deletion notification, and now you want to return the notification dialog box back. While there are several guides and reference materials on how to solve these problems on the Internet, the FixWin does not give advice, but does everything you need quickly and efficiently.
More than 50 problematic settings that users face are located in 5 tabs: Windows Explorer, Internet & Connectivity, Windows Media, System Tools and Misc Additional Fixes. Normal use of the FixWin program involves the following actions. Start the System File Checker Utility first. You will find this button on the Welcome page. This operation will find and replace all damaged system files. It could take about five to ten minutes. The next thing you need to do is to create a system recovery point. The Safe Point button is used for this very purpose. Developers recommend always creating a system recovery point. Whether you need it or not, you will always be able to get your system back to its original state. After that, you can begin to correct the aspects of the system that do not stand for you. Do no more than one conversion at a time, and then reboot the computer. After rebooting, check the desired result and continue other corrections if necessary.