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Computer Tune-up

Over time computers accumulate more and more stuff and require a good clean up (probably much like your garage)! A thorough tune-up from us and your computer and home network will be running faster than ever before. Here are some of the tasks we’ll perform onsite:

Optimise startup and shutdown
Optimise startup and shutdown

Many different factors affect the speed at which your computer is able to start-up and shutdown. We take a look at all of them to ensure both processes are as quick as possible.

Install Windows updates
Install Windows updates

Microsoft frequently releases new updates for Windows to fix issues with and improve the overall performance of the operating system. Installing them can be both time consuming and difficult. Avoid the headache and let us do it for you!

Cleanup quick launch and taskbar
Cleanup quick launch and taskbar

Wondering what all of those pesky icons that appear in your taskbar represent? Wonder no more! We will explain to you what they are and if you don’t want them, delete them forever.

Remove unwanted programs and trialware
Remove unwanted programs and trialware

People often inadvertently gather unwanted or unnecessary programs and trialware (‘geek speak’ for free, trial software) on their computer. These can make your machine cumbersome and temperamental. We’ll remove any unwanted ones to speed up your machine and prevent those annoying pop-ups.

Remove dust from inside the computer
Remove dust from inside the computer

As your computer gets older, the inside of it inevitably collects more and more dust. This build up restricts the air flow inside of the computer which leads to overheating and affects the speed and stability of the machine.

 

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