Thursday, August 9, 2012

Handle the Outlook Profile issues with Microsoft Configuration Analyzer Tool

Microsoft launched a Configuration Analyzer 2.0.0 tool which can scan your whole Outlook profile and reports all issues related to Outlook which may create some problem. To use this tool, firstly open the MS Outlook program and then launch the Configuration Analyzer. Start a scan to check issues in Outlook. This tool is very fast and shows all outlook report within few seconds.

Features of Configuration Analyzer Tool :

  • It shows the details of your Outlook configuration such as all the add ins, your different profiles, all outlook update installed on this system and the third-party modules.
  • If you get to know more information of the particular topic then expand the all section in the form of tree. To get a report of the every add in and how many milliseconds it took to load click on the "Application Event Log Entries for Add-ins Load Time".

  • To get more details click the All Issue tab, where the Configuration Analyzer will highlight any problems. For example, If you missing a couple of updates and any files then click the all issue tab here you will see a link to a Microsoft support page. This link shows the more information about the problem and how we can resolve it and for the more troubleshooting help click on the tree reports view which shows the more technical information including any recent crashes.

The Outlook Configuration Analyzer 2.0.0 Tool includes 75 new rules and automatically downloads the authors created rules to help detect even more issues. Configuration Analyzer understands how to resolve the problem and works on the Outlook 2007 and outlook 2010. Also supports the various platform like Windows XP, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit).

The size of the Configuration Analyzer 2.0.0 Tool is 6.84 MB and it is free to download.

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