Browsing articles from "July, 2011"
Jul 26, 2011

PCWorld calls Reimage “A Fantastic Repair Utility “

PWorld MagazinePCWorld, the global computer magazine, recently published a rave review of Reimage, calling it “a miracle software” that actually “delivers on its promise”.

The highly respected online version of the monthly magazine, reviewed Reimage in its popular software and utility blog “Download This”. With so many software utilities and solutions available online, it’s easy to see the need for accurate credible reviews.

Reimage repairs and replaces the broken and corrupted Windows system files that are frequently and easily targeted by malware. Reimage has an updated arsenal of over 25 million pristine, certified Windows system files on its servers, ready to replace any file, in any version of Windows, still supported by Microsoft.

Jul 26, 2011

Google’s New Malware Warnings

According to, Google is adding virus alerts to their Internet browser warning users that their system may be infected. Arguably the worlds most popular search engine, Google has already issued warnings to over two million computer owners.

In taking this step, Google hope to solve, or at least partially remedy one of the major problems with contemporary Internet browsers. With the ever growing commercial importance of search engines, an array of malware has been developed, intended to infiltrate and hijack search results. This type of malware anticipates a Google search and reroutes the user, sending them to servers controlled by scammers who then modify and redirect traffic for commercial gain.

Jul 25, 2011

The Daily reports Reimage turns heads at TechCrunch Disrupt 2011

The Daily

Aston Kutcher wasn’t the only thing to impress the crowds at this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt in New York. Reimage enjoyed a lot of attention and interest at the international conference, where it was recently singled out by “The Daily” the latest up-and-coming online news magazine.
Disrupt is a conference, organized twice a year, by the popular tech-blog “TechCrunch”. It serves as an opportunity for founders and entrepreneurs from around the world to showcase their startup ideas in front of an all-star panel consisting of the biggest innovators, angels, investors and influencers in the tech world, such as Google CEO, Eric Schmidt.