Frankly, I do not quite like it. But you never know, it might come handy.
Agreed, most of it seems kinda...useless. I guess if I forget something like how to get into safe mode it would be good. I think that it should be 'layed out' better, not just tons of links in a row with pictures on the bottom.
Your title is wrong.
For example i use an OS(obviously) but I use linux 2.6
and you've said, in your post: "Repairing XP".
I guess that you ment win32 "XP", right?
but the title says "OS" and not "Windows XP".
... That just shows your specialization with the subject.
Wow.. I love the Activation key finder to your Windows Xp. Great tool if you have lost your key.
then you might like the reading found with:
I'm using the OEM edition
I still doesn't understand what has activation of win XP do with fixing OS....
But I know all those tricks for a couple of years and I've only used some alternative for WinXP key finder, some time a go becouse of switching from SP1 to SP2.
I use win98. They say its coming of age that I have to migrate to winxp. Especially with windows vista coming out. Well, I am happy with my win98. I can manipulate if better unlike XP that messes around with my decision on how I want to run my PC!!!!
On a fair ground I would use Linux...BUT, most of the softwares and goodies are for windows, so I have no other choice. win98 is the best OS closest to Linux, unless microsoft makes 98 open source and developers start working on it.
Back to the topic, the best way to repair an os is to do a format and a clean install LOLZ!!!!
Just follows the old qoute: "When all fails, REFORMAT."
Heared this from bill gates before. It seems like I havel been hearing this too often. Only proves something....