A clean reinstallation of Windows is often the recommended (and only) solution when your computer gets too clogged up to work properly anymore. However, a proper reinstall of the operating system is a time-consuming task that involves lengthy back-ups, long installations, and days to find and install all your favorite applications again.
Reimage is a better alternative to that long, unnecessary process. You can reduce your computer’s downtime and reinstall the operating system, without resorting to an old-fashioned and often dangerous technique that’s best left to professionals.
The Reimage process saves you the time and hassle of having to:
- Analyze the running processes, trying to figure out what is good and what is bad
- Download endless registry cleaners and system optimizers
- Figure out if it’s a virus or not
- Find your Windows installation CD and realize it is outdated
- Reinstall Windows and actually “start from scratch”
- Reinstall broken drivers, applications, recover license keys and passwords
In most cases, it means you will never need to reinstall Windows again.
One download, a few clicks, and the software will refresh your entire Windows PC.
Start with the free scan to flag repair areas. An in-depth scan into your Windows operating system uncovers detailed information on hardware, stability and security. During the repair process, corrupted files are wiped out and fresh files are instantly downloaded to your computer. Reimage is the only PC repair service that uses a content distribution network to store and deliver necessary files from a repository of over 25,000,000 files.
End result –A PC that is quickly revived, error-free and stable, safely and securely.
One click & a free scan gets you started. Click here to start your free scan.
Watch a Demo video of Reimage repairing a buggy Windows computer riddled with pop-ups. Is this your PC right now? Try Reimage NOW and see what it can do for your PC!
According to our most recent poll – 14% of you preferred to maintain your PC by formatting then reinstalling Windows.