Reimage Repair scans your PC for a variety of maintenance and security issues and applies Web-based fixes, but you have to buy the software to learn exactly what's wrong (if anything) and fix it.
PC summary: Reimage Repairs scans your PC for basic but essential information like memory, processing power, and hard disk capacity and speed, as well as your copy of Windows and other software, and presents it in comprehensible graphics.
Live Help: The user interface displays a toll-free support number.
One-stop: Many users who don't care how their PC works may appreciate Reimage Repair's PC summary and security and stability reports, tech support options, and one-stop cleaning and repair.
Average PC: Comparing your PC to the "average PC" is somewhat misleading: Every PC (and user) is different, and such comparisons just make many perfectly good PCs seem deficient somehow.
Alarming alerts: Reimage Repair found numerous "problems" with our PC, like two "viruses" that were in fact safe, and a High Windows Damage Severity, though we'd have to buy the software to learn what was damaged (for the record: Nothing).
Reimage Repair isn't aimed at skilled PC users but at those who may lack the time, experience, or even desire to manage their PCs themselves. Some of its "threats" are exaggerated since the developers want to sell you the software, so review its scans carefully before you buy.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Reimage Repair 22.214.171.124.