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Internet Recovery Kit

microsoft windowsRizone’s Internet Recovery Kit is a fully portable Windows repair software program that addresses two issues that Windows users might experience while working with the operating system. The first issue is a broken Windows Update module meaning that the computer system will not download and install security updates from Windows Updates. This is a serious problem as it means to leave the operating system unprotected from latest security exploits.

The second issue that the Internet Recovery Kit addresses is broken SSL support which usually comes in the form of not being able to connect to HTTPS websites properly. This too can be problematic as many financial websites and shopping websites use https for improved security.

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Rizone’s Internet Recovery Kit can be used to fix both issues that have been described in the last two paragraphs. All the user needs to do is to press the right button in the software program to initiate the fix. While there is no guarantee that the program can fix the problem the chance is good that it can.

Users who want to repair Windows Update and Automatic Updates on their computer system can press the Repair WU/AU button to do so. The program will display the progress in the log at the bottom of the interface. The log can also be used to analyse what has been done to fix the problem. The Repair SSL / HTTPS button on the other hand will initiate the repair of these components in the Windows operating system.

Rizone’s Internet Recovery Kit is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is a fine addition for every computer repair toolkit thanks to its portable nature, ease of use and success rate.


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  1. Gravity said on August 9, 2009 at 9:46 pm

    It fixed my issue of broken SSL issues!

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