Press Releases


October 3, 2011

Longmont, Colorado

PC Magazine Names Rebit 5 Editors’ Choice

“Rebit 5 is one of those rare gems: it’s comprehensive, yet relatively easy to set up and use”

Rebit™ Inc., the company dedicated to making backup and recovery for PC users "ridiculously simple," today announced that its Rebit 5 software has earned the Editors’ Choice award from PC Magazine.

Joel Santo Domingo, lead analyst for the desktops team at PC Magazine labs tested and reviewed Rebit 5. "The real star of the package is the software," wrote Mr. Santo Domingo. "Rebit 5 is one of those rare gems: it’s comprehensive, yet relatively easy to setup and use. And as anyone who has ever had to make an insurance claim can tell you: being set up to handle an unexpected emergency is cheaper and much less painful than going through the same experience unprepared. Rebit 5 is our Editors’ Choice for simple full-disk backup and restoration software."

"The entire Rebit team is honored that Rebit 5 has earned the prestigious PC Magazine Editors’ Choice award," commented Paul Guerin, CEO, Rebit Inc. "We hope it will encourage everyone who needs easy, complete, and automatic backup and recovery software for PCs to consider the myriad benefits of Rebit 5 that Mr. Santo Domingo experienced in his review."

The PC Magazine review of Rebit 5 can be found here

About Rebit Inc.

Rebit Inc. is a software company committed to delivering automatic and complete backup for Windows, removing the burden of managing backup from users. Rebit was named a Top300 Startup in 2011 and Rebit 5 has earned the Editors’ Choice Awards from PC Magazine and the DigitalReviews Network. Contact Rebit at and “follow the frog” on Facebook and Twitter and the Frog Blog.

Note to editors

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