Windows 8, 10 App Check: iFixit Repair Manual
Many might not know this, but iFixit has released the official app in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users, called the iFixit Repair Manual that is available for a free download.
iFixit is probably the best known repair company, especially thanks to the fact that iFixit is known to have an active presence online. The company already has apps for iOS and Android and if you have been using them, you should know that there is also a Windows 8 version available for download in the Windows Store. I’m not sure when it was released, but I think it happened not so long ago, since there were no updates recently made available in release notes.
The most popular repair manual in the world! Thousands of free how-to guides make it easy to repair your stuff. Fix your own things with step-by-step repair instructions. With step-by-step instructions, you can repair anything! 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.
Your favorite repair manual, now on Windows 8
The app is actually a repair manual and you will find there thousands of how-to repair guides for so many different things, like your Xbox, PC, laptop, PlayStation, Nikon, Canon and other digital cameras, smartphones, bikes and even cars! The visual, step-by-step instructions include photos and videos and are very explicit and easy to use.
What’s really, really cool is that you are not bound to your app, as you can download your favorite repair manuals from the Windows 8 iFixit repair app to be available for later use offline. The app is free but iFixit suggests that buying parts and tools from them, you will support further development. Follow the link from below to download and install the official iFixit: Repair Manual app for Windows 8 users.
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