In the beginning of this year I had posted about Microsoft Fix It initiative to provide easy to use utilities for fixing common issues, described in Microsoft Knowledge Base. One of main issues at time was lack of centralized list of issues for which fixes are available.
In following months Fix It managed to get centralized (and fall apart a bit) into few hub pages.
Microsoft Fix It Solution Center
Mentioned most often as home page for Fix It. This one lists dozen of links to Knowledge Base articles with Fix It solution, separated in few general categories with occasional sub-categories.
There is no centralized search and seemingly no order to links, so might be hard to browse. At moment of writing this post pages were marked with August 7 for last update, so they will lack recent fixes.
Microsoft Fix It solutions page
Less of a site and more of a database, this site offers highly structured view of Fix It solutions. There are no categories, but extensive list of tags plus search, filters and sort.
Pagination is bit clunky, but overall this one is much easier to navigate and everything is marked with dates. Latest included fixes are from end of August. I wonder if program went on some kind of hold after that, or there are simply delays with sites update.
Microsoft Automated Troubleshooting Services
This one seems to be latest addition to Fix It sites. It also puts a spin on overall concept and is dedicated to more of general-purpose diagnostic routines, rather than fixes for precisely determined issues.
Unfortunately whatever I tried told me that my OS (XP SP3) is not supported, so my guess is site is and will remain Vista/7-centric.
Fix It project managed to keep momentum, but for now it all still seems work in progress. Addition of hub pages makes it much easier to search for fixes deliberately. On other hand slow pace of updates and no timeline (original blog seems dead) make it hard to gauge how active project actually is.