Utility that lets you self-patch issues with Windows versions
Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista
The Windows Club
FixWin gives users the power to fix key issues with their Windows Vista or Windows 7.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 were never known for their reliability. The browsers experienced many issues over the years and systems still running them may encounter these errors frequently even today. FixWin was created to help people solve Windows 7 and Windows Vista problems, and it has an excellent track record of accomplishing its mission. People report good results using this program.
Common problems have always included a mysteriously disappearing recycle bin, menus going haywire, and updates being skipped. The great news is that WinFix addresses all of these issues and much more.
Is there any problem with your Windows Vista or Windows 7 that's getting on your nerves? You have two options: either you search Google for the solution or you try FixWin. Finding these problems is very simple with WinFix. It has a great interface for novice users who just don't know much about computers. You'll see a simple "Fix" button that takes care of the issue for you as well as a brief explanation of what the error means.
The biggest complaint with this program is that it doesn't address all of the issues with the operating systems. There are many common errors that this program skips over. It's worth having on your system for the errors it does fix, though, but you may need another program to deal with more obscure errors.