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I installed it on Windows Vista & Windows 7. The software selected different modules for the two computers, most likely because Windows 7 already has a good built-in troubleshooting program.
On Windows Vista, I decided to run the Speed and Performance troubleshooter. All power options passed (green check) but there was a suggestion to improve performance by removing programs from startup. One of the items listed is my antivirus software. Feedback provided.
But seriously, those Fix It people seem to be a very dynamic group and on top of things. I remember last year when they started and invited people on several forums for input. Very nice initiative which shows that not all is lost.
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