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Does your Home Computer run slower than it use to ? Did you spill a liquid on your keyboard or on your PC ? Is it just not working or working the way you think it should ? We can help you. Contact us today. [TOP]
Today's software requires increasingly more from your PC with every new release. Popular software such as Microsoft Outlook, Norton Internet Security, and Adobe Photoshop can reduce old PCs to a snail's pace. The solution? Increasing your computer's memory (RAM) is an easy, economical way to instantly bring your system back up to speed. Perhaps you simply need more hard drive space to store your music and movies? High capacity hard drives cost less than a $1 a gigabyte and are easy to install. Has the CD burner included with your PC broken down? Why not upgrade to a speedy DVD/CD burner and give yourself the capacity to burn video DVDs, audio disks, and data backups. [TOP]
Troubleshooting Your System
Getting strange error messages? Has your computer started freezing, randomly restarting, or experienced a sudden decrease in speed? Does Windows freeze or go into a reboot loop when you start up your computer? Is your computer making loud clicking or whining noises? Whatever the symptoms, we can troubleshoot your system, find the cause, and fix it. [TOP]
Antivirus / Spyware / Malware Removal
With the proliferation of DSL and cable broadband internet connections, the spread of new virus and spyware infections has soared. According to Trend Micro, Malware exploits moved at unprecedented speed and volume this past year but 2009 may bring increasing cooperation among security vendors and law enforcement agencies to bring down criminal enterprises, according to the annual Trend Micro Threat Roundup & 2009 Forecast.
With the threat of Spyware, Virus, and Malware you need to protect your system. Contact us if you think your system is vulnerable or if you do not have a current AntiVirus-Malware software installed on your PC('s). [TOP]
Wireless Networks & Wireless Printing
In the past year the popularity of wireless networks has exploded, and not without good reason. When wireless networking was first introduced it was expensive, slow, buggy, and had serious security flaws. Now, with new offerings from Linksys, Netgear, Buffalo, and others, you can share your cable or DSL connection via a fast Wireless-G or Wireless-N access point or router. Wireless security standards have also improved greatly with new encryption schemes such as TKIP-WPA (WiFi Protected Access) which address many of the security flaws found in the older WEP (Wi-Fi Equivalent Privacy) standard. In addition most new wireless access points and routers feature wireless MAC filtering, a feature whereby you can limit access to only approved wireless clients. You can also share USB or parallel printers wirelessly via a wireless print server which can be integrated into your existing wireless network. Alternative wireless technologies such as Bluetooth allow short-range wireless printing from Bluetooth enabled phones, PDAs, Cameras, and laptops. [TOP]
Have you ever wished you could share a centrally located printer between several computers on a home network, without having the printer tethered to one of the PCs? With a wireless print server you can do just that. If you already have wireless internet in your home or office it's a simple matter to add a wireless print server which will enable you to position your printer anywhere within the range of your wireless network. For those without wireless internet, you can jump two hurdles in one leap by purchasing a wireless router with an integrated print server, giving you both wireless internet and wireless printing capabilities. In addition to 802.11B/G wireless print servers there are other wireless options such as Bluetooth or the older infrared standard, however these solutions have much more limited range than 802.11B/G wireless
options. Ready to go cable-free in 2010? Give us a call! [TOP]