Its pretty good tbh, it found a few problems with my IE when I ran tests on it (crappy HP toolbar) and things are running faster in IE now.
Not looked at the new app but the automatic fix it tools that have been available for a while can be a god send at times.
Begs the obvious question: if they know what the problems with their software are and have a tool to fix them, why don't they just 'perma-fix' the software with an update rather than adding in extra steps to do so?
I've just installed it on my Vista machine and told it to remove all faults.
It rebooted and said OS Not Found, I think it works quite well. ;)
it seems confused on my work xp. says I'm not an administrator :-\
Yep, same problem here!
And yet.....I'm pretty sure I am!!!!
I installed at home.............
Turned out to be a pretty pointless exercise, as it didn't tell me anything I didn't know already!
Does anyone have the link for this i can't seem to find it.
For those getting non admin messages, it;'s probably checking to see if the account is in the local admin groups, while you're probably using domain admin which inherits it's rights or soemthing.
@ FN - You can download it from here: Microsoft Fix it Solution Center