Friendly Computers has been servicing the greater Las vegas area for almost 20 years. We employ A+ certified technicans and pride ourselvs on our friendly approach to our clients, best prices in town and excellent service, in store and onsite. No problem is too big or too small. Why call a geek when you can call a friend.
Entering NVpcfix is like stepping into the inner-workings of a giant computer. There are fans, hard drives, graphics cards, and memory. The expert computer technicians in the store can tackle most any software or hardware issue, regardless of whether the customer has a Mac, PC, or a sentient toaster. Every troubleshooting service starts the same way: techs run a complete system diagnostics on the laptop or desktop, pinpointing underlying issues such as viruses and malware. The software specialists can also back-up data, fix broken screens and cases, or even biuld a brand new system to customer specifications. The team executes most of the work right in their shop, but if need be, they can travel directly to customers' homes or businesses for emergencies at all hours of the day or night.
The technicians at Gigahelp fine-tune motherboards and untangle cables as they troubleshoot computers throughout the Las Vegas and Henderson area. As part of their repair packages, they?ll root out spyware and viruses, install new software, and back up important data and have your machine ready in one to four days. Gigahelp can also train new users in vital internet skills, such as filling out forms or setting up email and Facebook accounts for a pet rock. If you want to get rid of an old PC, Gigahelp can take it in to rebuild it, recycle it, and to donate to students in need or dispose of it in an eco-friendly way.
The certified nerds at the Force brandish their certifications like lightsabers against the dark Sith of viruses, malware, and slowdown (virus and spyware removal regularly priced at $139). They can also handle any software ($119) or hardware installations ($129), establish wireless networks, provide data backup, or train users to use their computers more effectively (one-hour training $129, two-hour training $199). The Nerds don't discriminate, either—they'll labor on any kind of computer desktop or laptop and any application, from Word to Dog Biscuit Calorie Counter.