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Remote Support

Geek Easy Computers offers remote support services. We offer it to both our commercial and residential customers. We have found that there is some confusion as to exactly what remote support entails, and the kinds of computer issues we can actually rectify remotely. So we thought we’d try to clear that up.

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Slow Computer Is Slow Part I

A common problem people experience with their computers is that they just aren’t fast enough. Maybe it was a speed demon 18 months ago, but now it’s just floundering or crawling and you’d like to know why and what to do about it. There are quite a few reasons why a computer could slow down, some deal with the physical condition of the computer and others with the software. Either way, here are the most common causes of computer slowness and what can be done about them.

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Apple Macbook & Macbook Pro Tips!

Here’s a few tips and helpful tidbits for our Apple Macbook users, compiled from the most common questions and inquiries we get here at Geek Easy Computers!

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Service: You Get What You Pay For…

“You get what you pay for.”.  It’s a phrase that’s been around for ages and I’m sure you are familiar with it.  But do you truly know what it means?  The phrase gets used a lot, but like most “catchphrases”, people don’t typically give it any real thought.

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IT Management – Does My Business Need It?

What are IT Management Services?  How will they benefit my business?  These are two common and very valid questions that we at Geek Easy Computers hear from business owners often.  In this post, we will define, and then discuss the advantages of outsourcing your businesses IT needs.

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Networking 101: Routers & Switches

Networking can be confusing.  With all the hardware, protocols, cabling, requirements and features, it can be easy to get confused.  Geek Easy Computers wants to make your technology easier, so we put together another informative post to hopefully clear up some of the confusion.

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Virus 101 – Mac Virus… The Reality.

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Apple computers (Macbooks, Macbook Pros, iMacs) have always had the reputation of being “virus proof”.  And for the most part, that reputation was true.  But not for the reasons most people think.  It wasn’t that viruses couldn’t be written for the Mac OS (operating system), it’s just that the Windows OS user base was so much larger that the criminals creating computer viruses thought it not worth the effort to target the relatively small Mac percentage.  Therefore, for the longest time, Mac users enjoyed a sort of immunity from the attacks and having to safeguard their data from viruses.

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Internet 101: Domain Names

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What is a domain name? A domain name is a memorable, assigned/leased space on the internet that translates to machine recognizable unique IP addresses. The domain name you purchase should be pointed at your website, and any other web-accessible resources you have at your availability (such as email @yourdomainname.com or eccommerce site (ex. store.yourdomain.com)).

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You Need A Pro!

Everybody has a friend, family member, or co-worker that is “good with computers”.  They can be a handy person to have around when you have minor issues like forgetting how to print a spreadsheet, or how to save pictures from your smartphone, or or how to attach those pictures to an email to send to your aunt in Pasadena.  It’s great to have someone you can call at a moments notice for little stuff like that.  But what isn’t great is when people go to these same individuals for major issues.  While these “computer guys” may have your best interest in heart, what they don’t have is the training and knowledge, the years of hands on experience repairing computers, or the tools of a professional computer repair shop.

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