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"On Track Fix-It Utilities"

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Zook, Oct 7, 2003.

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  1. Zook

    Zook Guest Thread Starter

    Sep 28, 2003
    Does anyone have experience using this utility? If yes, what has been your experience?
  2. twisted_mind


    Feb 24, 2003
    I've been using ontrack fix-it utilities since march this year! I cannot say how good the suite is as a package since i use it only for the registry cleaner that comes with it.The registry cleaner is definately good, never had any problem with it. The rest of the functions provided by the suite are handled by Norton Systemworks 2003 for me! :)
  3. gotrootdude


    Feb 19, 2003
    I've been useing Fix-It for at least 4 years. It's a very strong suite which contains almost everything you need. The virus scanner is excellent and frequently updated. Although I normally have it disabled due to performance issues. It can slow down alot when working with large files. It works inside of archives. The defrag utility is good, although nowhere near as good as Diskkeeper. The e-mail scan works good. The registry cleaner is excellent, although doesn't do as good a job as cleaning by hand, but can save alot of time. The firewall works well, although can use better documentation. The zip and unzip functions well, the internet cleaner works well. Unfortunately, the suite has a lot of functions that most people will never discover due to the interface, but it does pretty much everything you could want from a all-in-one utility of it's type. Including removeing activeX components, cleanup, scheduling, diagnostics,and undeleting.

    Overall, I recommend Fix-It, especially for people unfamiliar with keeping a PC problem-free. It's a good all in one utility.
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