Free Fix-It Utilities Essentials 10! (New promotion!)

In August there was a 48-hour promotion allowing users to grab Fix-It Utilities Essentials 10 for free. For those that could not grab Fix-It Utilities Essentials 10 during that time-frame, read on because today is your lucky day.

Fix-It Utilities 10 Essentials is, more or less, a PC diagnostic tool/system utility. The following chart (created by the developer) lists the main features of Fix-It Utilities 10 Essentials in addition to comparing it to other editions of Fix-It Utilities:

Now, as a word of caution, I have not personally used Fix-It Utilities (never had the need) but feedback from some dotTechies indict Fix-It Utilities is not of high-quality; so be careful when (if) you use this program.

To get Fix-It Utilities 10 Essentials for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free:

Free updates: Unknown

Supported OS: Unknown

Download size: 49 MB

  • After you submit the registration form, your registration code will be provided to you right on-screen:

  • Download and install Fix-It Utilities 10 Essentials. During installation you will be prompted to enter the serial number you received:

  • Finish installing.
  • Enjoy!

If you have trouble getting Fix-It Utilities 10 Essentials for free, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks Roy!

Share this post

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

3 comments

  1. Sweet Bird

    First, thank you Ashraf for your fine work. I installed Fix-it 10 and found it not to be memory hogging. It does not inform you of what it is doing to your system but it works cleanly and seemingly effectively. My Win 7 system was already tuned to relative optimal performance so perhaps those who want an easy way to tune up their computers would find it very useful. No problems to speak of and I continue to keep it installed.

  2. jumbi

    I have tried it back then and decided to uninstall it. Can’t remember now what was bothering me most, but I do remember that it installs itself way too much into the system for such a set of utilities.
    It seemed to me that the developer wanted free beta testers…will never try again.

    (personal opinion, thanks for the offer)

  3. Rob (Down Under)

    I am wary of these sort of programs, so I only logged in to see if you had indicated whether you were using it. It may be my failing memory, but I was not sure whether you generally revealed that. I was going to post and suggest that that would be beneficial information, on all of your reviews.
    I notice that you actually did reveal that today, which is good.

    In Aust (Melb), there is a giant retail company, that sells TVs etc.
    The owner (founder) of the store was being interviewed for one of our nightly current affairs programs. The owner/founder was going on and on, extolling the benefits of the new 3D TVs.
    Generally our current affairs reporters are extremely poor on asking investigative questions. However this reporter, said to the owner, can I ask a question. And went on to say that the owner could tell the reporter to bu..er off he wanted. The reporter then asked the question (of the owner), ‘do you have a 3D TV at home’. There was a pause for about 10 seconds, and then the owner said ‘bu..er off’
    Best question I have seen for over a year.