Most Windows XP users will notice their system seems to get slower and slower compared to when they first installed the operating system. As the time passes, we installed a lot of programs and stored a lot of files, causing the operating system used more system resources and makes your computer slower. Besides that, with the emergence of internet and file sharing, users can unknowingly install what is known as spyware or malware. These malwares, spywares and viruses damaging your operating system and degrading its health.
What is Reimage?
Reimage is a web-based service runs via ActiveX that repairs damaged Windows XP systems so that your operating system will run like it first installed. Reimage repairs Windows XP PCs remotely over the network or internet and specialized in Windows XP PCs that won’t reboot.
Reimage performs its works by applying a set of predefined actions according to the problem in the XP systems. By referencing with over 4 million registry and components repository, Reimage looking for components or objects that are missing, new objects or changed by viruses, malware or other malicious software. Then, Reimage will replace the missing objects with the repository databases and restore the services or components to its original state. For the new components or objects, Reimage will disable them so they can’t do harm anymore. Unlike built-in Windows XP system restore, Reimage doesn’t affect user data or applications on the operating system.
Here are some features of Reimage:
- Reduce repair time – Save time because Reimage is easy to use and there is no need to call your technician each time you have PC problems.
- Optimize your Windows XP machine – Reimage will provide diagnosis for your PC, including processor usage, memory usage, hard disk usage, Windows Paging usage. Then provide you with a set of recommendation for your PC.
- Repairs all kind of problems on your Windows XP PC – This is including registry fixes, driver fixes, check for security issues, and disable all kind of malicious programs on your PC.
- No installation required – Because Reimage used web-based ActiveX, you can run it anywhere as long as Internet Explorer is installed.
For Reimage Home Edition, it also comes with a Free PC booster which capable to speed up most common programs on your PC. Unfortunately, Reimage only available for Windows XP.
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