Misbehaving Desktop and Laptop Computers

Fix your misbehaving desktop and laptop computers

Isn’t it annoying when your computer just won’t do what it’s supposed to?! Perhaps it’s crashing, running very slowly, or not running at all. Our expert troubleshooters carry out onsite desktop and laptop computer repairs to get you up and running again.

If the problem is serious then we can get under the hood of your desktop or laptop computer and replace a faulty component or upgrade the part of your computer that might be causing the issue.

Repair small computer issues before they become big ones

When it comes to issues with your computer, taking preventative action is very important to avoid much bigger problems down the track. Our Geeks are highly trained technicians who work on all Windows PC & Apple Mac systems and will provide a professional and impartial judgement as to whether or not it will be cost effective to repair your old devices.

An annual warrant of fitness for your computer checks your software, hardware, and virus scans which will ensure your computer is running as fast as it should be. As your computer or laptop gets older it’s going to need regular checking to ensure it’s up to scratch. Just like your car needs regular servicing and warrant of fitness checks, your computer does too.

When you first start to notice symptoms of your desktop or laptop computer slowing, overheating, or just not performing the way you want it to, it’s important to get it checked out. Repairing a small problem before it becomes a big one is going to be cheaper in the long run.

Little things like your computer’s cooling system sucking in dust that clogs its fans and causes it to overheat can be easily remedied by our Geeks. Common issues like loose power jacks or keys on the keyboard can also be sorted by our technicians.

We provide these computer & laptop repair services to fix your misbehaving technology:

  • Come out to your home or business at a time that is convenient for you
  • Troubleshoot your system problems on a Windows PC or Apple Mac
  • Replace any faulty hardware or components
  • Perform preventative maintenance such as cleaning out the inside of your computer