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Download Tweaking.com Windows Repair 4.0.3

Tweaking.com Windows Repair 4.0.3

By Tweaking LLC.  (Freeware)
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Sometimes you Windows installation can become corrupted due to a poorly installed apps or Malware, which can modify your settings resulting in your system becoming unstable and unusable. With Tweaking.com Windows Repair you can restore the original Windows operating system’s settings and fix numerous instabilities and problems.

Tweaking.com Windows Repair is a selection of Windows repair tools that can help to fix all manner of known Windows problems, including; registry errors, file permissions, Internet Explorer issues, Windows Update problems, and Windows Firewall issues etc.

Fix Windows problems, including:

  • Unhide Non System Files.
  • Repair problems with .lnk.
  • File association.
  • WMI.
  • Internet Explorer.
  • Windows firewall.
  • Host file.
  • Policies set by infections.
  • Icons.
  • Winsock & DNS Ccache.
  • Proxy settings.
  • Windows updates.
  • CD/DVD missing/not working.
  • Reset registry and file permissions.
  • Register system files.
  • Remove temp files.

Overall, Tweaking.com Windows Repair is good utility to fix a large amount of issues that make your system unstable. The interface is basic and not very intuitive, but the displayed information is fairly comprehensive, and the available tools inside are powerful and are not to be dismissed. The app is relatively lightweight, and does not consume a massive amount of system resources.

Title: Tweaking.com Windows Repair 4.0.3
Filename: tweaking.com_windows_repair_aio_setup.exe
File size: 36.61MB (38,383,440 bytes)
Requirements: Windows (All Versions)
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: August 16, 2017
Author: Tweaking LLC.
www.tweaking.com
MD5 Checksum: 01BAECEB76EB7515376FC73B7316FC2C

Fixed bug with repair wmi not exporting out the antivirus info for the security center.
Fixed bug in repair wmi not running needed commands in windows 10.

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