The technology tamers at Santa Rosa Computers speed sluggish systems and scrub virus-ridden hard drives through repairs, software installations, and other computer services. New hard-drive installations ($40) expand digital shelf space for more pictures, videos, and stills from unreleased Star Trek sequels, and data-transfer services ($80/hour) protect important information by copying it to a dependable second storage unit. Alternatively, customers can put their Groupon toward a virus scan ($180), an in-depth inspection and cleaning to ensure that the software and operations are free from virtual contaminants. Trained technicians can also perform a disciplinary tune-up on a slacking computer ($80) or preserve the computer's recollection of undefeated solitaire standings with a memory RAM installation ($20).
Part mobile-marketing business, part electronic-repair hub, Reach a Tech services the digital needs of a range of customers. Technicians are on hand for computer and phone help when devices are on the fritz. They also can cook up mobile applications, customize websites, and provide Internet security to foil would-be hackers.
Techs On Call has been servicing Bay Area computers for more then a decade. We have consistently been voted #1 by Citysearch and have won multiple accolades. Our team of technicians is dedicated to fast, reliable and professional service of your home or office computing needs. We look forward to working with you!
The name might sound a little dated, but the bar for quality high-tech repairs is arguably higher in San Francisco than almost anywhere in the world. Lasertorium Office Systems remains a go-to for Hewlett-Packard, Lexmark, Brother International and other high-end electronics that are malfunctioning or otherwise cutting into workplace productivity. From paper jams to wear-and-tear to the kind of baffling diagnostic mysteries that send mere mortals into a blinding rage, the Outer Sunset's Lasertorium has been servicing the Bay's gadgets for 20 years, with reasonable prices for timely turnaround. Don’t expect much in the way of amenities or frills from this low-slung repair shop – or its sister location in the Financial District. Instead, rest easy in the knowledge that the experience held inside will have your machine up and running again in no time.
Of all the dreaded aspects of life in the internet age, dealing with tech support is probably the most universally loathed. It’s painful, and sometimes humiliating. So when dutiful calls to a manufacturer bring you to the brink of insanity, TechCollective comes to the rescue. They’re there for one-off issues or on an ongoing consultancy basis out of their home base on a side street in the Mission. From restoring corrupted memory drives to keeping that dinosaur of a laptop in good working order, this worker-owned collective is the default team of troubleshooting all-stars, each with a stake in the endeavor. San Francisco isn’t the most tech-friendly city in the world simply because Google and Apple happen to be nearby; it’s because there are technicians like TechCollective who keep it all humming along.