Malware and installed programs can modify your default settings. With - Windows Repair you can restore Windows original settings. - Windows Repair can do the following:

  • Reset Registry Permissions
  • Reset File PeEnter your zip code herermissions
  • Register System Files
  • Repair WMI
  • Repair Windows Firewall
  • Repair Internet Explorer
  • Repair MDAC & MS Jet
  • Repair Hosts File
  • Remove Policies Set By Infections
  • Repair Icons
  • Repair Winsock & DNS Cache
  • Remove Temp Files
  • Repair Proxy Settings
  • Unhide Non System Files
  • Repair Windows Updates
  • Repair CD/DVD Missing/Not Working
  • and more...

Using - Windows Repair:

When you first run the program you will be introduced to 4 steps before the repair options. These steps are highly recommend to do before attempting any repairs.

Step 1. Clean Your System Of Infections.

Trying to fix a system that is currently infected is obviously a very bad idea and can make things worse. An infection can hijack a machine and keep part of the repairs from running correctly. Since only part of a repair will work the other part that failed could end up causing problems. Rule of thumb before working on a system is to make sure it is clean. Even if you think your system is clean doing a scan before hand is a good idea.

Step 2. Check File System

Doing a check disk on the hard drive is a good idea. This will have Windows check the file system on the drive fixing any problem it finds. Corrupt files can break a lot of things, including the repairs. So making sure the file system is good is a must.

Step 3. System File Check (SFC)

The built in Windows system file checker is a tool that checks that the Windows files are intact, the correct versions and not corrupted. This is a good idea to do before doing repairs as if a file is corrupt and we try a repair that needs that file then the repair will fail.

Step 4. System Restore

Doing a system restore point is a great idea to do before doing any repairs. If any unforeseen problems happen after any repair than a system restore can put the system back to the way it was before the repairs. This is highly recommended.

Start Repairs

In this final step you can choose between 3 modes.

  • Basic Mode: This will run only the most basic, safe repair options. Extra advanced repairs are disabled.
  • Advanced Mode: Runs more advanced repairs while leaving a few disabled.
  • Custom Mode: Every repair is available. The program will remember your repair choices the next time you choose custom mode.

What's New:

  • Built and added a new tool for booting out of Windows Safe mode. Currently the main program calls the bcdedit command to set the safe mode with networking boot option. Once the main program is ran in safe mode it would run the command to remove safe boot.
  • But if a user couldn't get logged in for some reason, or they didn't run the main program in safe mode they would always boot into safe mode. One way out of safe mode was to use msconfig.exe to remove it. but if the user couldn't get logged in then they where stuck.
  • So I have built a new service that is installed when you tell the main program to boot into safe mode. The new files (TweakingRemoveSafeBoot_32.exe and TweakingRemoveSafeBoot_64.exe) will install as a service and when they run (Services can run at the login screen) they will run the "bcdedit /deletevalue {current} safeboot" command and then remove itself as a service. (They do NOT stay installed as a service on the system, they run once and then are removed)
  • This should now keep any users from getting stuck in safe mode :-)
  • Updated Default Permissions for Windows 10 to the newest Windows Updates. Microsoft seems to be pushing out updates almost every day or so.