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Are there any issues using Restoro with Windows 10?

Mitch Avatar By: Mitch | Last updated September 18, 2021

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System error and decline in performance are something that would happen to every computer. What we as the users could do is simply prepare just in case such a thing would eventually happen to our computer. And one of the most reasonable ways to do that is by using a system repair and optimization tool. 

Restoro is one of the best and safest system repair and optimization tools for computers that run Windows OS. It supports a wide range of Windows Operating Systems. That being said, does it work on Windows 10? If so, how do I use it? Is it free? This brief article will answer those questions for you.

Does Restoro work on Windows 10?

Yes, Restoro does work on Windows 10. Not only that, but it also works on both the 32bit version and 64bit version of Windows 10. And since Restoro always makes sure to follow the latest update to Windows 10, you could rest assured knowing that Restoro would work with whatever iteration of Windows 10 that you currently have on your PC.

As for the back support, the farthest that Restoro would support is the Windows XP. Anything before that would not be supported by Restoro. That being said, Microsoft itself said that the number of people who still use anything below Windows XP is minuscule, so Restoro pretty much covers every Windows OS user.

Is Restoro free?


No, Restoro is a paid software. You could download and install it for free and you could even run its deep scan feature free of charge. But anything beyond that, you should purchase one of their licenses in order to use Restoro's full capabilities. 

Restoro has three kinds of licenses and all of them are quite affordable. The first one cost $26.44 and it is a license for one-time repair and support. The second one costs $37.28 and you'll get unlimited repair and support for one year with it. 

The last one is priced at $50.53 and similar to the second one, it is a license for one year of unlimited repair and support, but this one is for three computers. Restoro often offers discounts where you could get their products for half the price. So better lookout for those.

How to use Restoro

Despite its powerful functions, Restoro is quite straightforward to use. There are three phases in Restoro and you'll get through all of them with a simple click of a button. The first thing that Restoro would ask you to do is scan your computer to find out what's wrong with your system.

It usually only takes several minutes to complete the whole scan. When it finished, Restoro would present detailed reports of all the things that have been troubling your PC and any potential optimization that it found. Once you click the "Fix Now" button, Restoro will begin the repair phase. 

After that comes the optimization phase. Based on what it found after the scan, Restoro would optimize the state and configuration of your PC. That way, your PC would be able to constantly run at its peak performance. For best results, make sure to repeat this process regularly. 

How to uninstall Restoro

The process to uninstall Restoro is no different from uninstalling every other software on your PC. You could do it in two ways. The first one is by using Windows's own program removal tool. The second one is by using a specialized third-party program removal tool, such as Revo Uninstaller. 

The first one is free but it's not as thorough as the second option. That being said, the second option is a premium program and will cost you money to use it. You could use the second option if you want, but for a program like Restoro, Windows Program Removal Tool should suffice. 

With this tool, the first thing that you should do is head to the "Control Panel". You should be able to find it in your "Start" menu or you could also use the search box to find it. In the control panel, look for an "Add/Remove Program" section. Depending on the version of Windows that you have, it might say "Program Removal" instead. 

When you click on it, you should see every program that is installed on your computer. Look for Restoro, and simply choose the "Remove Program" option. Wait for a few seconds for the process to finish. A new pop-up should appear to tell you that the removal process has been completed.