Reimage is a registry cleaner that is more automated than most.
Reimage is designed to go beyond the average Windows registry cleaner by replacing broken system files with healthy ones, recovering files and registry damage caused by viruses, and utilizing a Windows spare parts server – not things you will find in other applications from our lineup.
It’s pretty quick to install – a couple of clicks and it was looking through my test computer and analyzing a lot of things that are rarely analyzed by Registry Cleaners.
The big, green “start repair” button makes the process pretty intuitive – very straight to the point.
It has a lot of cool features.
- The Hardware Analysis Summary offers information about your computer’s central processing unit – including its temperature (our test computer’s was 140 degrees) – and information about free memory, hard disk drive speed, viruses, stability threats, security threats and more.
- The PC Stability report offers a Windows and application crash history, which includes breakout information about programs that are considered “unstable” or “slightly unstable.”
- The PC Security report is designed to provide information about malware, viruses and Trojans that may threaten the security of your computer.
- The PC Scan Summary combines all of the information into categories and rates the health of your computer in the areas of Stability Threats, Security Threats and PC Damage Severity.
All of these reports come with graphics and easy-to-understand information.
You can see some screenshots below
It was a little jarring that there were no undo buttons for individual keys or for the overall repair. In order to undo Reimage changes, you have to go through the uninstall wizard.
It’s a pretty straight forward piece of software and may be a little simpler than an advanced PC user might like.
If you are looking to just simply defragment your PC and get it running smoothly, you might want to try Reimage.