NC Computer Tech services Fuquay Varina , Holly Springs and surrounding NC areas. We offer prompt, professional, courteous service with over twenty years of experience dealing with residential and small business clients offering them solutions and fixing their computer and network issues at reasonable rates.
Our services include but are not limited to:
We service and repair Windows and Apple desktop and laptop computers
System diagnostics and troubleshooting
Virus, Adware, Malware removal
Data recovery and migraton for Windows and macOS
Local and cloud data backup solutions and implementation
Hardware and software installation and troubleshooting
Custom computer builds
Repair and install Windows, macOS, and Linux
Wired and wireless home or business network setup and troubleshooting
Windows Server installation, troubleshooting and maintenance
Install and troubleshoot printers, scanners, copiers and other peripherals
NAS device installation and configuration
Remote access and VPN setup and configuration
Cloud based services implementation
Computer optimization and cleanup
Office network relocation
Hardware & software purchase consultations
Windows and macOS lessons and tutorials
WordPress site installation, maintenance, and virus removal services
Types of problems that require troubleshooting
Computer won’t power on
OS won’t boot
OS won’t shutdown
To name just a few.
Common hardware we can replace/install
Desktop and laptop motherboards
Laptop and tablet screens and DC jacks/charging ports
Laptop and tablet batteries
And much more.
Software we can install, update, configure, and troubleshoot
Email clients for computer and phone
And anything else, including general Android and Iphone support.
Please call if you have any questions about other services we may provide.
We service Angier, Apex, Cary, Duncan, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Lillington, Raleigh, Willow Springs and surrounding NC areas.
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