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Re Image

I cant find the program to use it. It seems to have disappeared etc. It's paid for version.

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Clarification Request
Tell more.

I would be guessing if you were looking for a free version as well what this Image refers to.

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Re Image

Re image is the process of removing all software on a computer and reinstalling everything. A reimage is necessary if your operating system becomes damaged or corrupted. You may also need to reimage if your system is plagued with spyware problems.

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Re: Re-image

What you describe is called "re-install" or (in Windows terms, maybe, "reset"). Restoring an image backup is quite something else.

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Yes imaging is used alot

when you get a replacement SSD or HD. You make a complete image of your current disk and restore it to the new drive. My company uses images with a base image and software exclusive to a specific area is reinstalled after the system is reimaged with the base image.

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Re: paid for version

Then download and install it again with the license key you already have. Shouldn't be a problem.

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