iFixit’s Windows 8, 10 App Receives Update, Download Now

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The Windows 8 app iFixit Repair Manual is really cool when you want to look for repair instructions straight from your Windows 8 tablets. We have previously reviewed the app more detailed and now it’s time to talk briefly about the update that has been made available in the Windows Store
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If you are looking for a portable repair manual for your Windows 8 tablet, then you should look no further than iFixit’s official Repair Manual app for Windows 8 users. We just want to make clear one thing – this is not an app that will teach you how to repair Windows 8, as there have been some that have been looking for that.

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Windows 8 App iFixit Repair Manual improved

Explore inside thousands of devices—before you take yours apart. Need more detail on a step? Zoom into high resolution images to see all the fine details! Completely free—no in-app purchases. Parts Store: buy parts and tools right in the app! Repair manuals show you how to fix: * Xbox repair * PC Laptop repair * PlayStation repair * Nikon, Canon & more digital camera repair * Hundreds of cell phone repair manuals * Harley Davidson Repair * Honda Accord Repair

According to the release notes, the update for iFixit’s official Repair Manual app for Windows 8 brings the following – “registration for additional services (favorites) added”. So, if you have been waiting for this feature to make its way into the app, then go ahead and download the app by following the link from below to the Windows Store.

Download iFixit Repair Manual for Windows 8

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