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PC Fixer - Automatically fix many Windows XP and Vista problems

PC Fixer is an application for Windows that provides instant repairs to many of the common problems that clog your PCs. It diagnoses and fixes issues related to Desktop, Control Panel, Start Menu, Explorer in Vista and Windows XP SP2 computer.

This freeware program is able to fixes issues such as CD/DVD, Printers, USB, etc. where conflicting device software and configuration make them inaccessible.

Provide automatic fixes for problems related to Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, and Outlook for your email.

Fix common browser issues caused by tool bars and plugins for Internet Explorer 6 and 7

Improve security and privacy by recognizing and fixing configuration flaws in base operating system, network and application settings.

Improve overall performance by fine tuning various system and network settings; improve startup time by turning off unnecessary programs in your startup and service

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