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More than 1/3 of Reimage users are running outdated Service Packs
- Out of all Reimage repairs - 36.6% of OS’s are outdated
- Out of all Reimage repairs - 63.4% of OS’s are up to date
Out of all Reimage’s XP repairs - 34% are outdated
Out of all Reimage’s Vista repairs – 42% are outdated
Routine maintenance is highly recommended to guarantee efficient and reliable PC performance, even when there is nothing clearly wrong with your computer. Failure to perform maintenance on your PC will eventually cost you – whether it’s in the form of money spent on repair or replacement, loss of data and/or time wasted.
These days money unnecessarily spent hurts more than ever, and the important files that we keep stored on our computers are sometimes irreplaceable. Maintenance can help you achieve the best performance out of your PC without making a costly trip to your local repair shop to help you fix a problem you could have prevented yourself.
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Once your computer has been infected with a virus, it’s no longer your computer. After removing it with your trusty anti-virus software, you’re often left with lingering side-effects. The symptoms vary, but the bottom line is the same: Your computer doesn’t work the way it used to. Your favorite programs crash frequently, your registry entries are a mess and even your “Cute Kittens of the Month” desktop wallpaper is mysteriously missing.
Why did this happen? You’ve already removed the virus. Shouldn’t the havoc it caused go away, along with it? What about the damage caused to your system? Isn’t it simply erased, along with the malware that caused it?
Crucial drilling monitoring and control system crippled by crashes, says rig’s chief electronics technician
A computer that monitored drilling operations on the Deepwater Horizon had been freezing with a “blue screen of death” prior to the explosion that sank the oil rig last April, the chief electronics technician aboard testified at a federal hearing.
“Blue screen of death,” or BSOD, is a term most often used to describe the display shown by Microsoft Windows after a serious crash that has incapacitated a PC.
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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.
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!
What is Reimage?
It's not only a registry fix, PC optimizer or an anti virus - The Reimage program reverses damage to your Windows OS, eliminating the need for reinstalling.
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