Fun Fact

It is said that the average computer user blinks 7 times a minute, less than half the normal rate of 20 times a minute.

How High?

To give a comparison it is said that 1 Terabyte of storage would be about the equivalent of storing a stack of documents that is more than 16 times the height of New York's Empire State Building.

How Long?

When the CD was first invented it was decided that they should be long enough to hold Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at any tempo which was precisely 72 minutes.

FAQ'S

Here are some frequently asked questions.

What type of computer do I need?

This depends on how you intend to use the computer and what the computer is going to be used for perhaps gaming or just letter writing.


Is it cheaper to upgrade my computer or buy a new one?

This can depend on the type of system that you require, how old it is and what is wrong with your system. Every situation is different, ask the technician for their advice on the matter once they have diagnosed the machine.


Why choose a certified technician?

Choosing a certified technician or service provider means that they have been trained to repair computers or software.


What are the chances that you will be able to recover my data?

Depending on the severity of the problem and the amount of time and usage that there has been, chances of recovering the data vary.


How much is this going to cost?

Again this depends on what is wrong with the computer. Contact us for a free no obligation quote.


How do I protect my computer against viruses?

Making sure that you have the appropriate protection software installed on your computer is a start. There is no fail safe way to stop your computer from being infected but the best practice is to have security installed, keep it up to date and scan your system for viruses and faults and BACKUP frequently.


How often should I have my computer serviced?

There is no set time but normally once every six months is a good start, this can vary dependng on the computer, location and surroundings.

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