Майкрософт запустил сайт для решения проблем с Windows.
Justin James forwarded me an e-mail this morning of a press release announcing Microsoft’s Fix it Web site. This new help and support resource collates and automates many of the tips, tweaks, and registry hacks that Microsoft, TechRepublic, and countless others have published in the past.
The applications Microsoft includes a fix for on the Web site range from your basic Windows “how do I turn this feature off,” tip to lengthy explanations on how to install the Exchange Server 2007 Hub Transport. For Windows alone, there are dozens of entries listed.
Most of the Fix it troubleshooting pages include two levels of information. You can have Microsoft fix the problem for you by downloading a Windows Registry change file or you can do the Registry edit yourself, following step-by-step instructions. Each page also includes some explanation of what the problem is, how it was created, potential complications, and references to other sources of information like Knowledge Base articles.