Windows 7 introduced the “Action Center” feature to help users fix common problems. The useful tool consolidates message traffic from key Windows maintenance and security features, providing detailed troubleshooting tips and wizards on demand. If there is an issue with a software or a problem in the hardware configuration, the Action Center icon will pop up on the taskbar, and then provide steps to resolve them.
However, Action Center may not be always effective since the applications and Windows itself updates frequently. Though you can use Problem Steps Recorder to ask for help, you still have to wait for the solution. This is where you might need Microsoft Fix it Center.
Last updated on 07 February, 2022
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