Reimage Repair is a complex repair software that can be used by Windows, macOS and Android users alike. It was developed by a company that is based in Israel, and even though it was released only in 2017, it has managed to become really popular in this very short time frame. The Windows version has the most downloads as it is the most complex app of the three.
How does Reimage work?
Because the Windows version is the most popular and comprehensive one in terms of features, we are going to focus on it in this article. The Mac and Android apps are mostly cleaning apps that remove the junk files on your device.
Reimage for Windows works on Windows XP (32-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 8/Windows 8 Pro (32-bit, 64-bit). The program is not yet compatible with Windows 10. Reimage also requires 1 GHz processor, a minimum of 512 RAM memory, 40 GB hard drive and internet access.
Reimage for Windows has two stages of work. First, it scans your computer for any security, software and hardware issues. Then, it proceeds to repairing the issues that can be fixed, with your consent, of course.
All the damaged files found during the scan are removed from the system and replaced with clean, healthy files from Reimage’s huge database, which is updated on a constant basis.
The system scan can be run for free, with the unregistered version of Reimage. All you have to do is download the app and run the installer. You then allow the software to make the necessary changes in your computer and it will begin the installation process.
Once the software is installed, you can run a preliminary scan for free, to identify all the problems in your system.
The next step is to purchase a license so that you can register Reimage and get access to its useful repairing features.
How much does Reimage cost?
The price for 1 license is a bit over $40 per year. Best Review Guide offers the best prices for Reimage Repair.
What can you fix with Reimage?
Reimage can help you get rid of a lot of frustrating PC issues such as computer freezes, BSODs and more.
PC freezing is a common problem for systems that need to be decluttered, fixed and optimized. It occurs when a certain program doesn’t respond anymore, requiring you to restart the PC.
Virus damage is another issue that causes computers to be slower in performance and buggier. While Reimage doesn’t work as an antivirus and can’t protect you from getting infected with viruses, it can help you remove the damage left by those viruses. That is why you should always use Reimage paired up with a reliable Antivirus software.
Blue screens of death, or in short, BSODs, are another annoying problem that can be fixed with Reimage. It’s basically a stop error screen that causes your PC to crash.
A very useful feature of Reimage is also the operating system recovery. The software can “restore all the compromised OS settings and registry values to their default Microsoft settings”, as stated on the Reimage website.
Reimage can also give you a general hardware profile. It notifies whether there are parts that need to be replaced, such as your CPU, RAM, hard drive. However, don’t rely on Reimage to solve any hardware problems, the software can only identify them and point them out for you.
Reimage will always run the latest version of the software when you open the program.