Reimage PC Repair Review:
Ease of Use
The major feature that Reimage has that sets it apart from its competitors is the repository of system components. This is intended to keep your system healthy in case of a virus or even hard drive failure. It goes far beyond what most people would expect from a registry cleaner. Reimage is very straightforward to install and in its use. Even if a person has never used a registry cleaner before, they will be able to use Reimage instantly.
Reimage has some very clear graphic and does not require a whole lot of clicking before you can get started with scanning the registry. A large green "star repair" button speaks for itself and makes it easy to begin searching for problems. You do not need to know what a Windows registry contains, just start Reimage and let it start searching for errors.
Though reviewing it as a registry cleaner, Reimage also has several other features. It does not simply fix unknown registry errors, but if you notice that your computer is crashing or freezing because of unexplained reasons, restoring the changed or missing versions of files back to their original state can certainly improve the performance of your PC.
Safe to Use
Reimage software is targeted as the ultimate solution to computer problems for novice users, there are also undo buttons whenever you repair a registry error. If you want to undo any of the Reimage changes you don't need to use an uninstall wizard. When it comes to undoing any changes you make with Reimage, you're hassle free.
After Reimage has completed scanning and fixing, it will show a report on what it has fixed. On the test computer, it ended finding 688 system files that it said needed replacing. Approximately 480 of those were missing files, whereas the other files were considered damaged or incomplete. Reimage certainly lives up to the hype of using an online repository of system files to ensure your computer is running smoothly.
Reimage has is that the speed of its repairs are heavily dependent on real-time downloads of registry components. As you can imagine, the speed with which this happens is heavily dependent on your internet connection. If you are trying to use this scanner during peak internet times, or your internet is down completely, it is going to be a lengthy process.
Also interesting to note is that some users will see a difference in how certain options are set up after running Reimage, for example, your default browser can change for example Firefox or Google Chrome to the standard Windows default, Internet Explorer. If you are an especially novice user, you may find this disorienting.