Aug 11, 2010
Valerie Hayworth

Windows security update causes ‘blue screen of death’ for some

Windows users reported receiving the blue screen of death on their computers after installing Microsoft’s latest security updates released in February.

Most of the people complaining on a Windows forum said they had the problem on Windows XP, but one person also reported problems on Windows 7.

Users posted a fix on the site that they said seemed to work, but that didn’t necessarily quell the anger.

Where at Microsoft do I send my invoice for hours spent fixing this BS?” one person wrote.

Jul 8, 2010

Who is Your PC’s Worst Enemy?

In an ideal world, all PCs would have exactly the same hardware configuration, and it wouldn’t matter what you do on your PC, how much hardware or software you load, what software you download from the internet, what you install on the computer, what you remove and uninstall, or how many different programs you launch concurrently. Unfortunately, we don’t live in an ideal world. And you don’t have to use a PC for very long to know that things don’t always work the way they should. In fact, in the real world, if you buy the exact same PC as your friend, with the same operating system, you are likely to have two completely different computers in a very short time.

Jun 27, 2010

Early Detection Can Prevent Major PC Damage

Just like in the medical profession, all PC problems that are detected early will be sure to save time, money and major frustration issues.

Viruses and Early Detection

The first viruses were written for nothing more than pranks. Today, viruses are meant to cause major damage to the Operating System, your personal data, and to even steal your identity.  This makes it imperative to do early detection of viruses in order to minimize the extent of the damage and/or theft of identity factors.

Jun 6, 2010

Buy A New Computer – or Repair The One You Have?

If you’re like most consumers, your computer is now more than a year old.  You have come to love it, as you spend most of your wakeful hours working and playing on this machine.  You have become comfortable with the organizations of your browser favorites, like the shortcuts on your desktop, and fully enjoy the applications you downloaded and use every day.  But yes, the performance has slowed down, and yes, there are pop-ups and error messages now and then, even crashing and freezing has started to become more frequent – and in the middle of a chat session.

May 17, 2010

What You Should Use to Fix Your PC: Registry Cleaners vs. Anti-Virus

If you’re computer is crashing and freezing all the time and some funny looking blue screen pops up every once in awhile, you may have some problems with your PC. Even if you don’t think you have problems with your PC, you probably still do. When your Internet Explorer shuts down every once in awhile while you’re browsing or you get an error message when you try to run a program, something is wrong with your PC. At this point, you have a couple options. You may want to choose a registry cleaner or you might want to use an anti-virus service. What happens if you need both or something completely different? Let’s clear up some confusion, in case there is any.

Aug 20, 2009
Valerie Hayworth

Reimage Tests Wibiya – What Do You Think?

We stumbled across Wibiya, a cool Israeli start-up offering a social toolbar the other day and liked the concept so much we decided to test it with Reimage’s website. For the next few days we have embedded Wibiya’s social toolbar in our site and we want to know how you feel about it. Based on how you interact with it we will see if you think this is a valuable tool to Reimage users. So go ahead, don’t be shy.

You can try it out at www.reimage.com at the bottom of the screen.

Aug 10, 2009
Valerie Hayworth

With Reimage “Repairs Made Easy” Says RedmondMag

RedmondMag.com the “independent voice of Microsoft’s IT community” has given Reimage’s automated PC repair’s product an excellent review. It’s the first professional review we have had in a while (since Gartner recommended us) and it is certainly a testimony of the product’s maturness, a result of our hard work.

Thanks RedmondMag!

As such, we would like to extend our gratitude to our customer’s support in helping us develop and maintain the Reimage product and develop it over time.

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 co.il’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!

May 27, 2009

New Coalition Formed to Fight Malware

Three groups set up “Chain of Trust” initiative… read more.

May 25, 2009

Sophos Discovers New Trojan Malware

Gumblar becomes most widespread threat… read more.