Reliable computer repair and services provided by industry certified professionals. From power supply replacements to non booting systems, we’ll get it fixed.
Our team of qualified professionals offer years of experience in the field of computer repair, hardware and software repair and configuration for our residential clients. From our conveniently located office, we offer remote support that proves effective in most situations, keeping costs down. If a remote fix is not possible, sometimes an onsite visit is required; such situations would include virus removal, hardware repairs, software installation and configurations (such as outlook), printer issues, connectivity problems, etc.
Our daily lives revolve around the use of computers and internet for one purpose or another. For most people with access to internet and computing facilities it is quite difficult to imagine a day without having to use one’s computer. The least one would expect to do is to check one’s e-mails.
When the PC develops a snag and you are not able to carry out your routine tasks, you do seek immediate resolution of issues. This is where askpcexperts can come to your rescue. PC maintenance is an essential for continuing uninterrupted use of the applications and services of your choice.
• Maintaining and optimizing the performance of your system.
• Checking disk errors.
• Handling error free installation and configuration of software to ensure optimum utilization of applications.
• Slow computing.
• Blue screen problems.
• Problems with functions relating to some specific hardware.
Maintenance is Important! Sure you can save a dollar by switching your car insurance (says every insurance commercial ever) but if you really want to save money, STAY ON TOP OF YOUR NEEDED MAINTENANCE.
In the past year the popularity of PC MAINTENANCE 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, 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.