Software Update: Windows Repair 3.9.9

Aug

10

2016

Tweaking.com has released a new version of Windows Repair. This program is able to solve many problems, such as errors in the registry or file permissions, or caused by a virus. The repairs are far-reaching, so it is recommended only to use the program as there are few other options are more. Before beginning the repairs, among other things the possibility to check the hard disk for errors, make a scan of the system files and of course to make a backup of the registry and a system restore point. The program can be used for free, even in commercial environments. May also be one for twenty dollars pro license purchased, which offers additional options and supports the further development of the program. Since version 3.9.6, the following changes and improvements have been made:

Changes in version 3.9.9 Windows Repair
Quick bug fix from v3.9.8, if the computer was not on the internet then the program would never fully open. This was due to the change I made to the code to grab the update info, When calling the connection and waiting for the “still executing ‘to finish, it never would (since the system was not online), eventhough it was suppose to time out in cases like that.
Instead I built in my own time out and so now the program will run When not online.
Changes in version 3.9.8 Windows Repair
Updated default permissions for Windows 10 from windows build anniversary version 1607 update build 14393.
Fixed bug where repair rephrase points would not work When starting it from the pre-scan window.
Multiple small bug fixes.
Changes in version 3.9.7 Windows Repair
Fixed bug where you could not run the program from a network drive. Eventhough you Should not run the repairs from a network drive due to security windows api, you could still run the program from a network to do other things besides the repairs, this bug HAS BEEN fixed and the program can run from a network drive again.
Fixed bug with the Run chkdsk at next boot.
Other small code changes and improvements.

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