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Bob's Onsite Computer Services
With a variety of offerings to choose from
Repair Computers, Laptops, Monitors
Clean and upgrade Computers & Laptops
Replace or repair Parts
4 Reasons You Will Love Bob's Onsite Computer Services
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.
You will be educated by our talented and skilled staff so you can understand exactly what a computer company can offer to help you maintain optimum computer reliability.
You will be dealing with me and my experienced, talented, staff.
You can rest easy that you are dealing with breakthroughs, and offer you only the highest quality services and products. We never compromise or "cut" corners for price. We know that servicing, maintaining, and keeping your computer(s) files safe and secure is critically important to you.
We'll do everything possible to make our service call to your home or business a refreshing experience in your busy life.
At BOB'S ONSITE COMPUTER SERVICES it's all about you. It's your time, your home, and your computer. You will feel like with a close family member when dealing with us.
You get our 100% money-back guarantee.
This means you are risk free. If you're not happy, you don't pay.
Computer Viruses are Bad Luck
OK, so you caught a computer virus and your system is all screwed up and you're frustrated and angry and upset.
Bad luck. Here's something that mightmake you feel better ... The universe has true balance. And if a computer virus causes bad luck for the user it can also cause bad luck for the person who launched it. Computer virus creators are usually very young and do not realize, or care, that they are causing harm to others. They just think it's cool. What they don't realize is that when a virus is launched it also unleashes a mystical power into the world, a malevolent thing that does bad things and makes victims of other people. What these teen and pre-teen computer terrorists also don't realize is what goes around comes around. The universe will get them. Sooner or later. Payback time. They cause you bad luck, bad luck will befall them. What goes around comes around. If they launch a virus, causing bad luck for millions of people, in return, that can unleash and focus millions of bad vibes, BIG bad luck, back at them. That could mean serious bad luck for the launcher of a virus. Perhaps their mother will finally become totally disgusted with their attitude and behavior and cease to love them. Maybe they'll end up in a foster home, too old for adoption. Or maybe they'll have to run away and live on the streets, with no place to hook up their computer. Or maybe they won't run away but will get a weird but temporary brain disease that prevents them from using a computer until they're old enough to use it responsibly. Bad luck for them. The computer virus. Bad luck for you, worse luck for the one who launches it.
10 Secrets To A Healthy Computer And A Happier You. There comes a time in a person's life where no matter how much you fight it time takes its toll and we begin to slow down in how we perform our daily activities. However, in order to extend our youthful glow and energy levels it is important to eat right, exercise, and keep a positive outlook on life. Now you may ask what has any of that got to do with "Secrets To A Healthy Computer?" Well, in a way we're all just like a computer. If you neglect to take care of yourself you soon will cease to function properly and the many tasks that once were easy to do now take twice as long to accomplish and often require you to rest or "reboot" after a malfunction. I can't tell you what foods to eat or what exercises to perform because I am not a nutritionist. Although, with my experiences in the personal computer field I can share with you some tips of how to keep that rectangle box of circuitry that sits within sights range functioning at maximum performance as long as time will allow. Some important steps tofollow are.
Make certain that your computer is located in a well ventilated area and that all air vents are unobstructed to prevent overheating and premature failure to any internal components.
Clean out the dust build-up at least every 6 months from the inside of the computer case
including case vents, power supply vents, and all visible circuitry with a few cans of compressed air that can be purchased from any major computer store or electronics outlet. This will help reduce the chances of overheating and circuitry damage. Before cleaning just be certain to always unplug the computer from the wall outlet and never physically contact the circuitry inside the computer case to prevent damage.
Be prepared for an unsuspected failure by always making backups of any important data that you do not and can not afford to lose.
I personally keep updated backups of my website and even store the disks at a remote location away from my every day use computers just in case a disaster were to occur and my main computers were destroyed resulting in the need for those lost files.
Purchase and install a well known anti-virus program
that can be regularly updated with the latest virus definitions and ran during boot-up to help protect your computer from being the victim of an unwanted infestation.
Every few months or so run your computer's "Scandisk" program followed by the "Defragmenter" program to maximize the efficiency of your hard drive.
If you are not certain of how to use these utilities and being that the steps to execute these programs varies slightly from one operating system to the other it would be easiest to simply use the "Help" option that can be found by clicking on the START button found on your computers desktop. The START menu will open up a drop-down-box that should display the "Help" option. By going here you can enter the keywords that deal with the answers to the subject you are searching for.
Run your computers "Disk Cleanup" utility every other week or so.
If set, the "Disk Cleanup" utility will automatically empty the recycling bin and recover some wasted disk space by removing the internet temporary files that seem to always accumulate. Again, use the "Help" optionif you are uncertain of how to perform this task.
Never smoke near a computer because the cooling fans will pull the smoke into the case where it can coat the inside parts of the computer with a residue which in turn can damage sensitive components.
Place the computer case in an area where it will not be accidentally kicked or bumped to prevent the loosening of cables and damage to internal parts.
Invest in a high quality surge protector to provide your computer and monitor against voltage spikes or "surges" that can dramatically shorten the life of your system.
Just like most items in a store, "You get what you pay for". So don't skimp out on this important device! Its also not a bad idea to invest in a surge protector that includes what is called a "Data Line Protector" which allows you to connect your telephone lines to and serves the same purpose for the telephone line to your modem just like the surge protector does for the electrical household current lines.
if you plan on being away from home for more that a few days at a time or if there is a thunderstorm brewing in your area it is a very wise decision to always unplug all electrical lines and modem telephone lines from your system. Even with a surge protector installed it is possible that such a large voltage spike such as one caused by a lightening strike could prove fatal to any computer system.
Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
Bob's Onsite Computer Services: Since 1979, We have been the top repair computer repair service on our area. With many years of experience and with over 1,000 customers 100% satisfaction we are the best in our field.