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At Computer Geeks, we can brag that the majority of our customers return to us time after time.Simply stated, our customers trust us 100% with their personal and business computers. These are words that we are extremely proud of and we have worked hard to earn our excellent reputation nationwide!
In order to maintain our standards of excellence, Computer Geeks Online uses only the latest technology and the most secure connection software available. We pride ourselves for having the best quality customer support and personal service possible.
When you call, you will talk to an experienced technician who will listen to the issues you are having with your machine. We will then explain what services will likely be needed. Once you decide to allow us to do the service, we will walk you through the connection process step by step at a pace you are comfortable with.
Our connection software is safe since it uses the same type of encryption as online banking systems use. This ensures total peace of mind when using our services and ensures all your data and files are safe during the repair.
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Our Experienced team of experts will explain the best ways to maintain your system after the repair is complete. This valuable information is a great way to be sure your system remains in great running shape far into the future. While our technician performs the repair, you have either the option to watch what we are doing on your machine or you can carry out your usual routine around the house. The choice is yours. If we require you for a restart or a question, we will contact you by phone.
Today, online services are a dime a dozen but the truth is, many are simply not experienced. Our company stands apart from the pack with our friendly technicians, our outstanding customer satisfaction and an extremely high level of trust and integrity. We also have the most up to date knowledge available. We have often been called by other repair companies to help them with jobs that had them “stuck”.
We would like to thank you for considering our services and for learning about we do at Computer Geeks Online. We guarantee your experience will be a pleasant one. We welcome you to browse our many testimonials and check us out on Facebook. We would appreciate the chance to learn how we can help you with your computer needs. Please call us 1-888-901-GEEK (4335) .
"A few days ago my computer started to lock up to the point I could not work. I did some research and called Computer Geeks. I talked to tech Joe who quickly diagnosed and repaired my problem. The cost was reasonable and the computer worked great after the repair. My name is Sarah from Raleigh, North Carolina and I would highly recommend these guys!
Sarah Raleigh, North Carolina"
"My name is John from Houston, Texas and yesterday I called Computer Geeks for a virus infection on my computer. After doing extensive research online, I decided to give them a try. The technician quickly got my system connected and immediately went to work cleaning up my system. Within an hour, everything was working better then before and all the ads and pop ups were gone! My computer was back better then before! I would highly recommend this company if you are having any type of computer problems.
John Houston, Texas"
If there is one question I get more than any other during the course of a day it is related to what operating system is the best. The answer can be very a complicated one since everybody has different needs when it comes to their computer. There is no single answer but I will try to cover all of the options in this article.
First and foremost there is Windows XP. This is till the operating system that simply just will not quit. We have written many articles on how to keep using this great operating system but I will still offer a summary.
There are still many folks who simply do not want to stop using XP and that is actually fine. There are no more reported virus attacks or hacks on XP machines then on any of the other mainstream supported operating systems. The "XP Meltdown" never came to pass and has done no more harm than the millennium scare in 2000. If you want to continue to use this fine OS, do so as long as you keep your security up to date and you are a careful surfer. Keep in mind that if hardware fails on the XP machine, it might not be able to be replaced. If XP is what you enjoy and it is working for your nerds, keep it!! If you still have Vista and it is working, keep it as well.
The next option is to upgrade to Windows 7. Keep in mind that finding Windows 7 computers is getting harder unless you are building one from scratch. By using Windows 7, you are using a great operating system that will be supported for many years. It is very similar to Windows XP in many ways and it will likely have the smallest learning curve if you are upgrading from Windows XP. Most hardware and software programs all support Windows 7 at this time. In another 4 years or so, that will likely start to change.
The final option is if you should go with Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. For me, I am not a huge fan of Windows 10. I am using either Windows 7 (which I love) or Windows 8.1. Windows 8 biggest issue is the absence of the start menu. Once you add a third party start menu to the system, it looks and feels like Windows 7. Most people are pretty happy with Windows 8.1 once it is tweaked out to mimic the older versions of Windows.
Now we look at the final operating system choice which is Windows 10. The good thing about Windows 10 is that it will be the last operating system that will be offered. Microsoft will update the operating system rather than replace it. It will be the last one you will have to buy. The bad news is that many folks are having a lot of issues with it, especially if you upgrade from another OS. Windows 10 also has a huge number of practices that question how secure it is as far as your personal computing habits are concerned. Some of these questionable settings can be turned off, but not all of them. In addition, the Windows Update works completely different from other operating systems and updates have very little user control. Many of the updates in Windows 10 have completely fried some computers where they had to be restored losing all the information on the machine.
Windows 10 does have Start Menu that you may or may not like. The good news is that by using third party software, you can make your menu look like Windows 7. Most programs that ran with Windows 7 will work with Windows 10. there are a few exceptions, of course. Windows 10 will have the largest learning curve of them all so if you do not mind getting your hands dirty, upgrading to 10 might be a good option for you. If you have Windows 10 and hate it, there are still some Windows 7 machines out there for purchase. In many cases they might be refurbished but I have never had an issue with a refurbished system.
In summary, if you have an older computer that works good and you are comfortable with, keep using it. Just be aware that if a hardware component fails you will likely have to purchase a new system. Just be sure to keep your systems security up to date.
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