I must be someone that likes the good ol’ days or something. I’ve got an ancient Windows smart phone that I’m not willing to pay to upgrade, my kid is sitting on the living room floor playing an original Nintendo and I’m sitting here writing this blog post on a four year old Toshiba laptop running Windows XP.
reimage provides a downloadable application that you install and let run on your machine. Once the application gets going it seems to be running fairly quickly and is providing lots of information about the what it’s gathering from my machine. As it goes it’s also showing me how my machine compares to the worldwide average of other machines. Not sure how the worldwide average is as helpful to me as perhaps North American average since I’m in North America, but it’s all still interesting.
I’ll follow-up later with another post that illustrates what suggestions I was provided and just what else may be wrong with my system after the scan.
My initial impression of the reimage PC Repair application right now is very high. We’ll let you know how the rest of the experience goes.