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Aug 7, 2019

Windows 7 usage has dropped to 32 percent

Almost 50 percent of all PCs are now running Windows 10, research claims

With ransomware attacks and an official end of support date (January 14, 2020) both presenting security threats to 7 users, this is an understandable trend: nobody wants to be left vulnerable due to an OS choice alone.

Naturally, many Windows 7 users would undoubtedly prefer that Microsoft continue to support their favorite OS indefinitely; but the tech giant has made it clear that this isn’t in the cards — despite 7′s still-significant market share. Microsoft has a vision for the future of Windows, and it doesn’t lie in significant, infrequent OS changes (such as XP, 7, and 8). Instead, it sees Windows as a platform: a “live service” that can be updated, changed, and sometimes broken, on a whim over time.

May 22, 2019

Will Huawei develop its own operating system?

Let’s take a look at this news from BBC about how Huawei’s issue will affect their users.

The restrictions being placed on Huawei’s access to the Android operating system will cast a long shadow over Tuesday’s launch of the Chinese company’s latest handsets.

The firm has invited press from across the globe to London to witness the unveiling of its Honor 20 Series smartphones.

The BBC understands the devices will still offer the full Android experience – including use of Google’s own app store.

Oct 11, 2011

BIOS gets the Boot

The Microsoft BUILD convention is finally behind us, but with the recent announcement of the new Windows 8 boot process, many developers of 3rd party software and hardware have returned worried.

Microsoft seems to be doing away with the BIOS it has relied on since day one. Instead, Windows 8 PCs will rely on an implementation of UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), claiming that it is more flexible and programmable than soon to be decedent BIOS. The UEFI will liaise between the Windows 8 operating system and the firmware.

Jan 31, 2011

Reimage Boot CD Update

We recently had a question posted on this blog inquiring on what became of the Reimage boot CD. We did used to have a Reimage boot CD, quite  a while ago. But, since it was not a Reimage certified product, there were reliability and compatibility problems with Windows 7. So we decided to discontinue it.

We will start developing our in-house tool soon and make it available once again.

Stay tuned!

Nov 24, 2010

FAQ: When will you have the Reimage technician’s plan?

We get this question a lot! Here is our official response for those technician’s wondering about the Reimage technician’s plan.

Reimage is now beta testing an enhanced repair engine for 64bit operating systems.

Once the Beta testing process is finished, a special PC technicians plan will be released on our web site.

We will make an official announcement when it happens, stay tuned!

Oct 27, 2010
Valerie Hayworth

Working at Reimage is Fun!

Why did I put this under the “News” category? I have no idea. This photo illustrates why working at Reimage is fun. We like to take strange photos for our amusement. Take a minute and really look at this photo. It’s an optical illusion, any minute now you’ll see a shark jump out of your screen.

Eyal, our support manager & Elad from R&D

Eyal, our support manager & Elad from R&D

Any minute now……

More office pictures coming soon!

Oct 17, 2010
Valerie Hayworth

Reimage is a 100% Clean Program – Certified Award by Softpedia!

We recently received  an award by Softpedia certifying the Reimage program – version – as 100% clean. What does ’100% clean’ refer to?

Softpedia says:

This product was last tested in the Softpedia Labs on 12th of October 2010 by Giorgiana Bursuc

Softpedia guarantees that Reimage is 100% Clean, which means it does not contain any form of malware, including but not limited to: spyware, viruses, trojans and backdoors.

This software product was tested thoroughly and was found absolutely clean; therefore, it can be installed with no concern by any computer user.

Thanks Softpedia!

Aug 15, 2010
Valerie Hayworth

Reimage Is Now License Based For “Super Added Value” To Our Customers

How Reimage Works Now
Thanks to technological advances in the product, Reimage can now offer our customers a license repair key that is good for one year on any one computer. Up to now, customers purchased one repair at a time for each computer. With our ear to our customers, we listened to your needs, and with R&D muscle and QA testing, we upgraded the product to a one year license key. Now, with the license key, customers have the freedom to use Reimage as many times as necessary on their computer.

Aug 12, 2010
Valerie Hayworth

See you at Affiliate Summit East 2010!

The Reimage marketing team will be present at the NYC Affiliate Summit this year.

Ariel Berger, head of affiliate marketing and media, will be there to meet our current affiliates and greet our new ones as well as those that work with us via clickbank, linkconnector, revenuewire and many other Affiliate Networks. He plans to meet with our media network partners as well. We look forward to meeting you all at the Affiliate Summit 2010!

Jul 29, 2009
Valerie Hayworth

Reimage Frontrunner in TWS2009, Reveals Development Plans.

Being a front-runner is always fun, especially in such an esteemed event such as The’s Web Startup competition. We have had the good fortune to pitch Reimage (going first in a ten start-up round – a position won by a panel of judges vote). Here is the video of the pitch given by Zak Dechovich, our CEO… (it’s very good and has a small surprise by the end of it on future Reimage plans).

We were also reviewed in TechCrunch, now that’s always a good thing!