1.    16 Apr 2016 #1
    Join Date : Jan 2016
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    Repair software


    I need advice on whether the software I'm dealing with is any good or not. I bought Reimage, but it won't work because the license key they sent me is invalid. I'm still arguing with them. ByteFence says Reimage is Malware, but I wonder about them as well. I need some input on which of those, if either, is worth my time and money.
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  2.    16 Apr 2016 #2
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    Tropic of Cancer
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    I am not very aware of Reimage. Got a MajorGeeks link of it, and the lists of services it claims seems to be a little absurd to me.
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    No single software program can do those all, I think. It all needs specialized personal care supported by adequate knowledge and experience in the specific fields.

    It is better to use specific tools than a Swiss knife. For imaging, backup and restore, and WinPE based rescue, better to use Macrium Reflect. The freeware version is enough powerful.

    For any other issue, it will be better to depend on your fellow members of TenForums than Reimage. You will find them more trustworthy and effective.
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  3.    16 Apr 2016 #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Arc View Post
    I am not very aware of Reimage. Got a MajorGeeks link of it, and the lists of services it claims seems to be a little absurd to me.
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    No single software program can do those all, I think. It all needs specialized personal care supported by adequate knowledge and experience in the specific fields.

    It is better to use specific tools than a Swiss knife. For imaging, backup and restore, and WinPE based rescue, better to use Macrium Reflect. The freeware version is enough powerful.

    For any other issue, it will be better to depend on your fellow members of TenForums than Reimage. You will find them more trustworthy and effective.
    I used reimage(it appeared in a POPUP witch i do not normally trust) on a laptop I was repairing that was infested with viruses and PUP`s. defender and malwarebytes were disabled and i had to reinstall win 10 compleatly + apps to overcome the problem.
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