Restoro can secure and safely repair any Windows PC and bring it to an optimized state. Well, that doesn’t sound new, right? But there is a difference with this one as it uses proprietary patented technology. The PC state and parts of it are compared with a reference image block and then map it for any difference in the structure. In simple words, if there is a difference between how software or program should behave and how it behaves on a client PC, then it raises the flag and fixes the issue automatically.
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In this post, we take a look at the software, its features, and see what it can do, and it cannot:
- How does Restoro work
- What can Restoro fix
- List of scans performed by Restoro
- What can the PC Repair Tool not do.
Finally , we will also show you how to fix your Windows computer with Restoro.
How does Restoro work
We know it works on the basic level, but then there are different ways the software manages things and can fix problems in the background.
- The software can analyze settings are general and which are installation-specific and may modify them accordingly.
- It can remove parts of software that are redundant or conflicting by the comparison module.
The software can change
A field in a configuration file to one a valid value
Create missing path
Change an unusable resource value specified to a usable one
Repair an inconsistent application data file
What can Restoro fix
It’s incredible to see how much the software can deep dive into the computer hardware and software to find out what all is causing the problem.
One of the best parts of its scanning is finding out the list of programs that have crashed in a usual frequency in the last few months. It does by looking at the crash reports of Windows, which is usually not possible for regular users to make any sense out of it. The full list includes BSOD issues, Damaged DLLs, Freezing Computer, Virus Damage, and Operating System Recovery.
List of scans performed by Restoro
First, download and install Restoro. When you launch the program, it scans several areas on the computer, including hardware. The issues are then collected and displayed to the user as a summary. It includes Programs, Junk files, Registry fixes, Privacy items that need a repair, and any security issue that should be fixed.
Every time you launch the program, it will scan your computer, and perform a set of scans. It also means there is no dashboard for the software which displays last scan results, and what it did to the computer. It can be something that consumers will miss.
The tabs are:
- PC Profile: Diagnoses System Configuration and hardware which includes CPU temperature
- PC Stability: It finds a list of programs that have crashed in an unusual frequency
- PC Security: It scans for scanning for malware, viruses, and Trojans. Any Program which compromises on personal data and documents. It includes boot up viruses.
- Registry Scan: Finds out invalid keys of programs which don’t exist, incomplete registry keys, and more
- Temp Folder Scan: It can help you free up space occupied in the temporary and download folders
- Privacy Issues: If you like to stay anonymous, then the software can find tracking cookies and privacy issues generated by the browser. All these cookies can track you even when you are not logged in, and hence removing them makes a lot of sense.
Each analysis carries a report which you can open in the browser. While it may be too much to understand, it makes sure you get full transparency about what will be fixed when you start repairing. If you are geeky enough, you can go through them to figure if all of them need a fix.
That said, the software does miss one thing. The fixes are not optional, but one clean sweep. If I would like only to remove unwanted software and leave the rest as is, there is no such option.
What can the PC Repair Tool not do or fix
It’s understood, but since the program is overwhelming, the expectations can be high for the end-users. The software does not offer any real-time virus protection, and while it can access hardware configuration, it cannot find a fix but can only recommend if a replacement should be done. However, it uses different virus engines and a custom virus engine, developed by their R&D team simultaneously. It is a complementary solution along with the Antivirus program and can help you fix damaged caused by it.
That said, while the software can mark some program as unwanted programs and can suggest you to uninstall it, I would highly recommend you to take your own decision.
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Once you hit the Start Repair button, it will start with clearing faulty files, installing fresh files, repairing damaged files. During the installation of fresh files, the software is delivered to the computer via the Spare Parts Repositor which Restoro maintains. It includes system files available via the ISO files in Windows. You should note that some of the system files are installed post-reboot at the end of the repair.
Once everything is complete, Restoro will also check for stability of the system, and make sure all the issues are resolved. If you have third party applications that crash frequently, it should be stable again.
Is Restoro safe?
Yes, Restoro is safe to use. However, you should know that one or two antivirus software have classified it as a Potentially Unwanted Program – It is not a virus or malware. Their website displays logos that state that they are verified by McAfee as well as Norton. Nevertheless, it is always a good idea to create a system restore point first before making any changes to your system.
Is Restore free to use?
Restore will scan your PC for free and offer recommendations. However, if you want it to fix the potential issues automatically, then you will have to buy it.
You can download the software from the official website, and run the free scan. If you wish to buy it, then you may do so. The program comes with a money-back guarantee, so if you do not like it, you get a full refund if you ask in 60 days from purchase.
In case you wish to uninstall the program, you can do so via the Windows Control Panel as usual.