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EasyWay Computer Repair and IT Support: Highlights from How To Guides, Articles and Tutorials:
Computer Repairs in General
- Identifying a Reliable Tech
- How much should you pay for computer repairs or IT support?
- How long does it take to repair a computer?
Thinking of buying a new computer?
- What is computer?
- How does computer / laptop work?
- What is Linux?
- What is Mac OS?
- What is Microsoft Windows?
- What is the difference between Mac and PC?
- Which is better investment Mac or PC?
New computer user - best practices
Here is our price list for most common computer repair, and it support that is offered by EasyWay Computer Repair and IT Support. If you can't find a service more specific then we've listed, then please don't hesitate to contact us we will get back to you within an hour in most cases. Thank you!
Prices are valid for in-store services ONLY.
* additional charged will be applied if we'll send out a technician to your location.
Computer & Laptop Repairs
Our company is based in Manhattan on W48th and 8TH AVE.
We work with different business industries providing basic Information Technology Support which includes:
- Microsoft Servers – 2000, 2003, E-mail Exchange, IIS, SQL Databases and many other
- Linux based – Apache web servers, mySQL
- Mac OS X servers
- Workstations support – Windows 98, XP, Vista, Mac 9, OS X
- Networking solutions: wiring, phones, Voice over IP, wireless, routers, switches, internet connection installation and troubleshooting
We also are heavily involved with a full service web development and e-commerce:
- Content Management Systems
- Inventory Systems
- Shopping carts
- Online merchant accounts – Credit Card Payment Processors
- PayPal integration
- Internet marketing
We also have very specific business analytics and enterprise level consolidation and integration here are some examples:
In this article we'll discuss the basics of a computer tune-up and the reasons behind it.
Many computer users are aware of the enormous amount of free software, that's available online for free download and trial. Keeping that fact in mind people download and install and than maybe uninstall programs, not realizing what it does to a computer system overall.
Let's start with a few examples of such freeware and demo software that's available online: Various messengers such as AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Gtalk, Skype. Digital Imaging / Video software. Web browsers: Internet Explorer (versions 6,7,8, betas, etc...), Firefox, Chrome and many more
In a lot of cases no one has the time to go through README files that are supplied with the software to understand how it effects the system and it's settings as well as stability of the whole system. It is especially important to pay attention to the actual version number and name. If there are such keywords as Alpha or Beta version that means that the software is still in development and is not guaranteed to be a stable release version.