Reimage is a one-of-a-kind software that is designed to fix various Windows issues related to a variety of issues that arise from time to time. It can be used as a one-time repair or used as a maintenance application that can fix Windows registry issues, fix damaged DDL files, stops Blue Screen of Death errors, fixes damage induced by a malware infection, and much more. Despite this, some users might want to uninstall Reimage due to several reasons.
While Reimage Repair is a sophisticated and unique tool that is capable of many things, there are certain issues that the software can not fix and be used for. For example, the application does not provide real-time anti-malware protection – hence the app cannot be called an anti-malware. Thus some users might want to uninstall Reimage for this reason.
All experts recommend using the tool along with a reputable security application that would block entry to adware, ransomware, trojans, viruses, and other malicious applications designed by cybercriminals to steal money or sensitive user data. Nonetheless, Reimage will detect malware that is contained within the Avira AntiVir database and remove it in just a few seconds.
Reimage compiles information about the scanned system. Once the analysis has started, the app will collect and display the following information:
- CPU (Central Processing Unit).
- Mainboard (otherwise known as Motherboard).
- GPU (Graphics Processing Unit).
- Memory Modules (RAM).
- Local hard drives/solid state drives.
Despite this, Reimage cannot repair hardware issues. For example, if there is something wrong with your RAM sticks physically, there is no way of fixing with the help of software. In some rare cases, however, hardware issues can be fixed, although this app does not support this functionality. If you are looking for this feature, you can uninstall Reimage as explained below.
Reimage can fix certain issues that are caused by unstable or incorrectly installed applications by fixing components that revolve around them. Nonetheless, the app is not equipped with an ability to fix bugs or other issues that are present in third-party elements:
Third party applications are not strongly integrated into your Windows operating system. They can include any application you've ever installed on your computer. In most cases, fixing the Windows components around these applications will also fix the application itself. On the other hand, Reimage cannot fix defects that exist in third-party software. Reimage simply does not have these spare parts in the repository.
If you have installed Reimage due to unreliable software review that promised functionality that the app actually does not support, you can uninstall Reimage without any problems. Regardless, we believe that there are several benefits of keeping the software for its various benefits and proper computer maintenance.
If you still decided to uninstall Reimage, please follow the detailed instructions we provided at the bottom section of this article.
You can refund money within 60 days of purchasing Reimage Repair
To fully make use of beneficial Reimage Repair functions, you would have to purchase its full licence. Application developers are wholly dedicated to keeping the customers satisfied, so they provide an extensive money-back guarantee. Therefore, if for some reason, you did not like the program and decided to uninstall Reimage, you can regain 100% of the money back as per the app's refund policy.
It is important to note that, in case you choose to refund Reimage Repair within 60 days of purchase, all of the changes/fixes applied to your computer during this time will be reverted (note that this does not apply if you decide to keep the software for at least one minimum term of one year).
If you choose to refund, there are certain steps that you have to undertake during the Reimage uninstall process. You will be presented with the following three options:
- Remove Reimage application.
- Revert changes.
- Revert and remove Reimage.
For the refund to work correctly, you need to select the “Revert and remove Reimage.” Once this option is picked, you will be redirected to the support page. Note: if you did not purchase application licence, you should select the first option, and all the program components will be eliminated automatically.
Uninstall Reimage easily
If you want to uninstall Reimage because it lacks features that you are interested in, you can do it easily by following our step-by-step guide. The process is straight forward, but you should still follow the instructions carefully so that the elimination process would be performed correctly.
- Press Start and type in Reimage Repair into the Windows search box.
- Right-click on the search result and pick Uninstall. Uninstall Reimage via Windows search
- Next, type in Control Panel in the search box and press Enter.
- Go to Programs and then select Programs and Features. Access Programs and Features section
- Find Reimage on the list.
- Right-click on the app and select Uninstall/Change. Uninstall Reimage via Control Panel
- If the User Account Control window shows up, click Yes. To continue, press "Yes" when User Account Control shows up
- In the next window, select Remove. Select Remove to uninstall Reimage
- Wait for the uninstallation process to finish and press OK. Finalize the Reimage uninstall process