Mobile Computer Services in Fort St. James
Viruses? Computer slow? Need advice or tutoring? You all know me, I’ve been fixing computers and Internet in town for over 18 years, I’m now based from home.
I am now able to come to you for your computer needs. In home service or pickup and drop off included. Complete range of onsite Internet troubleshooting and repairs
Make Windows 8 work like XP – Windows 7. Windows 10 is here and it is good.
The biggest complaint about Windows 8 and 8,1 is the unfamiliar interface that makes it look like a phone! I can easily fix it for you so that it starts at the desktop again and has a Start Button just like you are used to. Click Start-This PC- C: drive again, find your files in Start-Documents without hunting all over. Windows 10 returns to this familiar system so I advise Windows 8 users to do the free upgrade, I can show you how to put Documents, Pictres, etc back on the menu!
I was the guy who brought the Internet to Fort St. James way back when. Fort St. James was one of the first rural areas to get Internet access. From dial-up to ADSL and wireless-to-home access, I am able to pinpoint your problems or even advise you on the best system to use at your location. With years of experience working with Telus, ABC and running Max, I have many contacts who can help resolve problems that trace to your ISP.
Sometimes you want an all in one web service. Registrations, renewals, updates and assistance all for a simple flat price and one yearly invoice. Sometimes you want to learn how to make your own site, and a place to put it. Or maybe just need to be shown how to use Joomla or WordPress or how to FTP. I will also do simple but effective websites for you. Call.
You want to learn how to use your computer, or how do something with it, or on the Internet. Explained in language you understand and in a way you can remember. You don’t need someone who’ll tell you you need to buy this program or subscribe to that service, you’d rather someone who’s been mucking with computers as long as Bill Gates show you the right way first, so you can decide if that costly software will help you at all. Call me, I’m willing to tutor just you or even a group.
Microsoft has ended support for Windows XP. It is now obsolete. You are endangering yourself using it to access the Internet the way you always have.
But I recognize that some home users are not in a position to buy a new computer. Try Linux. It is not unlike what you’re familiar with and is totally free.