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|Operating System:||Windows XP/Vista/7/8
32-bit program. Can run on both a 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
|File Size:||18.73 MBs|
|Last Updated:||01/19/16 12:35:11 PM EST|
Windows Repair is a utility that contains numerous mini-fixes for Windows. This tool will allow you to repair common issues with your computer such as firewall, file permission, and Windows Update problems. When using this tool you can select the particular fixes you would like to launch and start the repair process. This tool also comes in a portable version that allows you to use the program from a portable device such as a USB flash drive.
Windows Repair can perform the following tasks:
Updated the tree view control on the main repair window to the new controls. This control will size properly for users who have a higher DPI setting or have their fonts set about 100% on their systems.
Added a new item to the top of the repair list, this way you can just click or unclick the check box there to select or unselect all the repairs. This allows me to get rid of the two buttons I had for that, freeing up a little more space.
Updated all the permissions repairs and removed the "Users" group from being set to full. Only administrators, the system and such need full access, the "Users" group isn't touch by the repair unless it is part of the default permissions that are put back.
Added the ability for the taskbar icon to display a progress bar during the repairs, this is for systems that support it.
Fixed a very odd bug in Windows Vista when a user ran the register system files and no other repairs. This bug would cause VSS to break and thus system restore or windows backup would stop as well. But if you ran all the repairs and ran the Repair Volume Shadow Copy it would fix it. I traced it down to the fact of the order that the files are registered in. For some reason if you register a dll with the /i command and then after registered the same file like you would any normal file is where something in vista didn't like it. After that happened none of the vss writers would show up. BUT if you register the file normal first and then call the /i command it would work fine and not break VSS. This bug seems to only be in vista.