Microsoft Fix It Center


All-in-one Windows diagnosis tool

Microsoft Fix It Center is a powerful and simple-to-use tool. It both diagnoses any problems with your Windows operating system  and repairs them. However, development has been discontinued, so it is important to keep in mind. 

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Operating System SupportWindows 8, Windows 2003, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Current LanguageEnglish
Available LanguagesEnglish, Chinese, French, Japanese, German, Spanish
DateFriday, July 3rd 2020
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Easy to use

Microsoft Fix It Center is a free built-in Windows repair tool. If you’re running anything other than Windows 10, you may already have it installed. If not, it’s worth remembering that the tool has been superseded.

Streamlined repair tool

You can check if you already have the Fix It Center on your PC by clicking Start -> Control Panel -> Troubleshooting. If it’s there, or if you download it, all you need to do is click on it to run the tool. Fix It will then diagnose any problems and offer solutions.

Pre-emptive care

Microsoft Fix It Center doesn’t just find current problems. It can help prevent them from occurring in the first place. Once it’s been run, it’ll bring up a choice of ‘find and fix’ and ‘find and report’. The former option then suggests relevant downloads, whereas the latter sends problem information to Microsoft.

Personalised care

One of the best advantages to Fix It Center is that it automatically scans your computer. This means that the programme knows what sort of operating system you’re running, as well as associated hard- and software. As such, it can tailor solutions to your problem more efficiently.

Powerful diagnosis and repair tool

Microsoft Fix It Center’s targeted scan avoids downloading unnecessary software and is incredibly useful and straightforward. However, it’s no longer being supported. You may receive an error message once you try to run it. So, you’d be better off using other free Windows troubleshooting options, all of which can be found via the control panel’s troubleshooting section.

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