FixMy10 2.1.4 Screenshots
Using a PC doesn't come without consequences, as continuously installing and uninstalling programs is a step closer to cluttered files, unresponsive files, inaccessible folders. This goes double now that we use the Internet every day and the files we download aren't always the safest you may find. That is why it's always good to have an OS fixing tool, and for those of you using Windows 10, a good solution would be FixMy10.
An everyman's program
FixMy10 may not impress you at first, or even after using it extensively for that matter, but you won't deny that the extremely portable way it presents itself makes it great for beginner users. If you know exactly what problems you encounter while using Windows 10, or ar feeling like just shooting in the dark and doing a general check-up, FixMy10 is great to use.
Can't get any simpler
The UI is divided into 3 tabs; one lets you do general fixes to the various file types on your PC (EXE, BAT, CMD), one where you get to see whatever files and folders you have restricted (generally those sensitive Windows system-related ones), and another tab where you can fix some common issues, such as Explorer.exe not starting automatically.
Fast and versatile
The program is very specific in what it does so the range of users that will be using it probably won't be that wide. More so, given the constant updates coming to the OS, some features might quickly become obsolete, but that still means it can come in handy for those who don't update their PCs that often. More so, it takes very little time to fix the various problems on your PC, generally depending on how messed up your PC system is.
A good pocket-sized Windows fixer
While FixMy10 may not be groundbreaking as far as what it can do, the fact that it is so portable and easy-to-use makes it accessible to users of a variety of experience levels.
Uninstalling FixMy10 software
1. On your keyboard, press the Windows button
2. Type “add” then click the “Add or remove programs”
3. Next it will display the the “Apps & Features”
4. On Search this list box type FixMy10 name
5. Last step is click the Uninstall button.
Windows 10 32/64 bit