Most of the time our computers are trouble free but they can let us down and usually at the worst possible moment. Whatever computer problem you’re having – whether you think an update has caused a glitch, the system will not start or it all just seems to be going too slowly, I am qualified to help and can provide a free estimate to get you up and running as quickly as possible with the minimum of fuss.
Repair and recovery
Your computer can have any number of unexplained issues that can be at the very least bothersome and annoying. I can visit you at home or your office to resolve any issues as quickly possible. If it looks like a more thorough investigation is required I will collect, repair and return your fixed computer usually within 48hrs. This is subject to change if extra software or replacement parts are necessary and dependent on the under-lying problem.
Updating the hardware on your pc can add a few more years to the life of a reliable machine saving you money until you want to buy a new model. So if your computer could do with a memory upgrade to speed things up or an extra hard-drive for more storage space, I can quote for a range of specifications.
Virus removal or system clean-up
Strange behaviour such as pop-up warnings or an unusually slow broadband speed can sometimes mean your system is infected with malicious software. If disaster strikes I will sweep the system to remove any pests leaving you with a clean machine and advice on how to avoid a repeat attack. If the problem is less dramatic, a general clean-up will help to remove low level nuisance software and speed it up too.
Do you really need to buy a new pc?
Very often computers thought to be too slow and beyond repair can be given a new lease of life with a total overhaul. This is achieved by either simply clearing out unwanted files and software to free up space or the operating system can be re-installed together with any essential programs.
Your computer will benefit from regular maintenance and when it’s in good working order it will run more efficiently too. Arrange for a spring clean and I’ll show you how to perform some routine tasks yourself to keep the system running smoothly.