XP QUICK FIX PLUS 2009 V2.0 (PLUS):
There are a lot of admirable free Windows ample repairing and fixing tools around the internet.
But there are times when you want just one quick fix for example when you are under a virus attack and you just want to enable the Task Manager or the Registry Editor so you can fight the virus back, or when some new installation changed your XP manners and My Documents opens on every start up.
This is the right time to draw XP Quick Fix Plus with 40 common Windows XP problems fixes, only 0.58mb, portable, small and fast, a must have on every computer and with a small extra, a command line utility to fix 6 common problems unswervingly from command line…
Note: There can be a problem with the same symptoms as described in XP Quick Fix, but it happened because of a different reason, in this case, XP Quick Fix, may not solve the problem but also will not harm your computer.
How to use XP Quick Fix Plus GUI:
XP Quick Fix is a transferable application, There is no install process, just unzip to any folder and run it.
It includes two files:
LFX.exe (584kb) the main program GUI with 40 fixes
QFC.exe (38kb) a command line utility with 6 fixes
Using XP Quick Fix is very simple, just run it, and click on the button with the relevant fix
Some of the fixes may effect only after a restart.
Clicking a fix button is safe and will not destruction even a proper configured computer.
How to use the Command Line Utility:
In a case there is no way to run XP Quick Fix Plus from Windows or if you need to run the fix from a batch file or script, there is a simple command line utility (QFC.EXE) included in the original zip file, only 38kb.
Open a command line (cmd.exe), change directory to the program folder and run QFC.EXE with the parameters:
QFC /t - quick enable the Task Manager
QFC /r - quick enable the Registry Editor
QFC /f - quick enable the Folder Options
QFC /e - quick restore the Run Dialog
QFC /p - quick restore My Computer Properties
QFC /x - Quick fix Windows can't run exe files
Note: Parameters are case sensitive.
Note: You can run only one parameter at a time.