What is Reimage?
Potentially unwanted program called Reimage is presented to users as a helpful optimization tool. Since it travels alongside the famous and respected AVG Safeguard Toolbar, users usually do not question its authenticity or usefulness. We on the other hand, performed and extensive analyzes on this suspicious application. It turns out that the software promises to scan your computer thoroughly and to present you with an extensive report. Afterwards, the software is supposed to repair your PC. While these claims sound very promising, some users may not notice that the program requires you to pay for its full version before it begins restoration. If you have this software in your system, but do not wish to pay 50 Euro, you can delete Reimage without delay.
What does Reimage do?
The main difference between Reimage and other pottetnially undesirable programs is that it never enters your computer without your invitation. In order to acquire this application, you will need to go to its official page reimageplus.com and to download the setup. Once inside your system, this software will automatically scan your PC. Then it will present you with a list of the issues and will ask you to pay approximately 50 Euro (depending on your geographical location) for the full version which is supposed to fix them.
Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that the money will be spent on a totally trustworthy application. Some computer experts claim that the software is not very effective and that it is unable to satisfactorily fix all the problems it manages to find. Furthermore, bear in mind that the program is also promoted via pop-ups which indicates that it is not entirely trustworthy. We do not advise to purchase this application. If the software is already inside your PC, remove Reimage and acquire a more reliable tool.
The users who decide not to listen to our advise to eliminate Reimage and intend to pay for the package should be very attentive during the installation procedure. This application travels alongside AVG Safeguard Toolbar which means that after the installation, you will find this toolbar installed in your system too. To avoid this, carefully follow the whole process by choosing Advanced or Custom option. When you read the software license agreement, make sure to deselect all the boxes that announce the additional software. While the presented toolbar is certainly not malicious, you still should not allow it to enter your PC without your explicit permission.
How to remove Reimage?
Under this article, you will find helpful instructions on how to terminate Reimage. Follow these guidelines and you will easily get rid of Reimage. Another option is to install a trustworthy computer security tool and let it delete Reimage for you. This option is especially useful, because after Reimage removal, a legitimate anti-spyware will stay in your system to safeguard it against the other threats in the future.
- Access Charm menu.
- Select Settings.
- Pick Control Panel.
- Open Uninstall a program.
- Uninstall Reimage.
- Click Start.
- Select Control Panel.
- Move to Add or Remove programs.
- Remove Reimage.
Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Go to Start menu.
- Click Control Panel.
- Tap Uninstall a program.
- Uninstall Reimage.
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