First Aid 95 Deluxe lets users automatically fix problems with Windows-based PCs. The new version extends features by adding the power of the Internet and two new emergency recovery tools.
Retrofix records snapshots of system configuration files to help you recover from catastrophic failures. In addition, there is a new tool which allows you to create an emergency start-up disk to revive your PC if it has crashed so severely that it won't boot. Autofix guides you through a series of simple instructions to fix software configuration problems, tune the PC, trim unecessary files to save hard disk space and fix multimedia problems. Better to be safe than sorry.
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