Microsoft's Support Websites
Possibly the largest source of free technical information on the planet, Microsoft's support
websites provide information not only about Microsoft products, but about a full spectrum of
computer and Internet technology.
Microsoft Fixit Center Online
Microsoft Fix it Center makes getting support easier than ever, with online tools that
help solve the issues you have. Easy-to-use wizards will guide you through the process
and help you get the support you need. You choose the settings and level of automation.
Fix It Center scans your device to diagnose and repair problems.
Microsoft Product Support Centers
Select your product from the drop-down list or click one of the links to view support
information, common issues, downloads, related sites, instructions, troubleshooters, and
much more. You'll find links for everything from Windows 7 to DirectX games. All the
information for Microsoft products is here.
Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base
An advanced search application that lets you search articles by full text, title, or article ID
using keywords or exact phrases, including Boolean search. Also provides links to the most
popular Knowledge Base articles!
Microsoft Community Forums
Here you can select any of the Microsoft Public Forums to discuss issues with others who
use Microsoft Products, including advice from Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs).
Read interesting posts, search for specific topics, answer a question, or ask your peers for
help by posting your question.
Designed to meet the technical information needs of anyone who plans, evaluates,
deploys, maintains, or supports Microsoft business products, the TechNet support site provides
technical Briefings, bulletins and security alerts. Search TechNet for detailed "how-to"
information on Microsoft products.
Microsoft Developer Network
The Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) is designed to help developers write applications
using Microsoft products and technologies. Search the online support site that provides detailed
information for development professionals concerning Microsoft products.
When you find the information you want on one of Microsoft's support websites, don't just save
a link to the information. Information on these sites shuffles and moves around faster than menu
items in a new version of a Microsoft application. You should save a copy of the information