The Microsoft Fix it team has just released two new tools to help partners and customers find Microsoft Fix it information and track solutions. The first tool is a Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget that displays download stats and related solution assets for Fix it solutions such as Knowledge Base articles or Windows Error Reporting responses and allows the user to filter by product as well as search for Fix it solutions.
Direct links to the Fix it Blog, Fix it Facebook, and E-mail contact are also provided.
The second tool is the Fix it Solutions page, a companion website to the Fix it Gadget for users who do not have the ability to use Sidebar Gadgets. The Fix it Solutions page provides all of the functions and features found in the Fix it Gadget and can be used with most popular browsers.
Links to the Fix it Gadget download and Fix it Solutions page can be found on the public Microsoft Fix it Solution Center page (http://support.microsoft.com/fixit)
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The Microsoft Fix it team has just released two new tools to help partners and customers find
Да уж... Жизнь - как вождение велосипеда. Чтобы не упасть, ты должен двигаться.
The link to teh gadget provided by MS Fixit page is broken:
I'm trying to download ie8 an everytime it says my system won't support it...bunch of B.S.=M.S.??
I'm trying to download ie8 an everytime it says my system won't support it? Email if you have a fix??please
The desktop gadget for Microsoft Fix It has not worked for a few years. Any link I also try on the MS TechNet page to Fix It also fails, throwing up Error message 404: Not FOund.
Does this mean it is broken, or that Microsoft have abandoned Fix It altogether? And what is the point of starting up these sort of things when nobody at Microsoft seems ever to check blogs like these and provide answers, or email users letting them know they
are closing down such applications, if indeed as seems likely this is the case? Rather typical of Microsoft in general it seems...