Basics On Computer Repairs

I so often see the question, “Is online/remote computer repair safe?” Well let’s look at the facts. As new of an idea as this may seem to you, remote computer repair has been around for years now. The concept isn’t all that complicated once the software is in place. An online computer repair technician assists you in downloading remote repair software (if necessary), the PC tech then retrieves a one-time-use code, and then uses this code to connect to your computer.

Now let’s get to the one of the best parts of online Computer repair. Your files and computer are safe! If you take your PC into one of these local shops, do you know how easy it is for them to complete a 5 minute fix, then cause internal damage that will cost you triple, or even quadruple the price? It’s just like those untrustworthy mechanics out there. As sad as it is, they exist. They’re not thinking how maybe if they fix your machine for $30, for those 5 minutes of work, that you’ll be quick to come back time and time again. They’re not thinking how many potential customers they can obtain through word of mouth; they just want that quick $150. There’s nothing stopping them from going elsewhere on their next may tinh dong bo gia re repair service needed.

A good program will also deactivate and quarantine any Malware it finds. Malware stands for malicious software that is designed to infiltrate your computer without your knowledge. This type of software is designed to cause harm to your computer system. That’s really sick, but unfortunately this type of software really exists. Malware may cause your computer to slow down, randomly shut down your computer or completely lock it up.

If you have viruses and/or spyware on your computer you should take this step very seriously. Even-though you have an Anti-Virus program running and up-to-date, you should be careful. You can see if your computer becomes slower, or your Windows occasionally popping up error messages, programs starting unexpectedly. You can also hear the hard drive if it is spinning constantly and making noise, or you can hear your fans working nonstop.

If the fan is not working then the computer will automatically shut down because it is overheating. Using a computer without a fan can permanently damage the components and soon it will not turn on at all. Most people who use computers are not computer technicians. Many people like myself use the computers for business, education, and entertainment. When something goes wrong with the computer, people either send it to a computer technician, or in extreme cases, trash the current computer that is not working and buy a new one. Either way, fixing the problem is expensive.

Steve Jobs left Apple and during this time he created a new computer system called NeXT, and purchased a little animation company Pixar. One loser and one winner. Pixar’s success would dwarf the NeXT failure.

My advice is to uninstall these programs from our computer, unused needs to be uninstalled in this case. Go to Start, Control Panel, Programs, Programs and Features, and mark the program we want to uninstall and click uninstall.

The second important thing is that your instructions should be PRECISE. As I have mentioned previously, a computer on its own is just a useless box. It’s nothing but a bunch of different hardware items assembled into one unit.