TechWARU 1.4.4, Config Sharing, New TechUSB Reports, and our Two Year Anniversary!


We can’t believe that it has already been two years since we launched RepairTech commercially. So far, we’ve been psyched for the opportunity to build our business, help technicians become even more awesome than they already were, and continue on our mission to create the best repair software in the industry.

We couldn’t have gotten to this point without the help we’ve received over the years. We’d like to give a huge shoutout to our friends, families, the Cal Poly Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, our mentors and advisors, and all the technicians who have supported our work along the way. Thanks to everyone for being there for us on our journey!

Phew. Ok, thats done. Got through all the sappy stuff…

Now, lets get back to it, shall we?

Our New Website

Its been a long time coming, but we’ve got a schnazzy new website that we’re sure you’ll enjoy and we get Orange County SEO to optimize the site to reach more traffic!. Head over to to check it out!

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TechWARU 1.4.4
New Malware Tool: The Registry Investigator

For this release, we’ve got a brand new malware tool called the Registry Investigator, which was created in partnership with Ken Dwight, The Virus Doctor. After imbibing an amount of coffee that could be considered medically questionable, the infallible Garrett Milster was able to get the Registry Investigator finished and added to this release.

– Config Syncing now saves your Malware Automation settings
– new Welcome page for first time users
– small bug fixes

Click Here for the TechWARU 1.4.4 Release Notes

Config Sharing

Now you can share all your favorite presets, custom apps, and settings with all the technicians in your shop, all on TechPortal. Check out the TechWARU Configuration page to learn more. Here’s a video that shows how Config Sharing works: 

New TechUSB Reports

We’ve updated the look and feel of TechUSB’s reports to follow suit with the recent redesign of TechPortal and the reports for TechWARU. They’re cleaner, quicker to scan, and much easier on the eyes for your clients (and you of course).

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As always, please get in touch if you ever have any questions or feedback. Drop us a line at

Thats it for now. Thanks again to everyone who’s supported us so far. This next year is gonna be even bigger and better.


The RepairTech Team

1 Comment

  1. I was trying to make the bootable USB drive for TechWARU. ( I understand it is Beta) but I received this error.

    [Failed] (yy_1-postconfig.script) IniRead – Failed to find file: [%BaseDir%\Projects\Win7PESE\OtherOS\zMultiWim.script]

    It was close to being done when this error popped up. Question I have is whey not just add TechWARU utilities to the USB Boot disk you have already? I have tried it a couple of times and I might be missing something here but the USB boot drive doesn’t do all that much in terms of malware removal, ClamAV barely catches anything and AVG failed to install and or run. The TechWARU however is awesome and I’m already familiar with it as I was a D7 user.

    Just my two cents but why not combine them into one boot device for a single repair utility?


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