Hi there everyone,
It’s true. Our “1 pound” devices seem to really overwhelm our repair centers at every location; clearly this country needs it’s cell phones repaired.
However, we’ve been on a huge run of laptop computers lately. Maybe it’s that time of year, just before summer break hits, but we are receiving more than average numbers of Apple and PC laptops alike.
The PC laptop market is definitely one that is tougher to keep up with in terms of website relevancy…and that’s my job so I’m falling down a bit when it comes to marketing our PC Laptop repairs. I’m working on it 😉
However that doesn’t stop my customers from calling in and getting any information that they need. At each of our locations, we have PC technicians on staff to help with broken screens, hard drive upgrades, memory installations and LOTS of keyboard replacements. I don’t know what it is about the keyboard on some of these Dell units, but I should probably buy extras.
So give us a call 866-638-8402 or shoot us an email email@example.com and we’ll do what we can to help you out. Yes, we get calls about virus removal, about every Windows laptop needs it, but it’s good to make sure that your virus removal software is up to date. Go check that now, or buy yourself an MacBook!
Take care, Ryan
I’ve been working with Mac desktops and laptops for many years now. In fact, my first Mac was a Mac SE (I actually had 4 of them to test floppy disk drives if you can imagine that) and have just fallen in love with the Macintosh line of computers ever since. I’ve owned just about every type of Mac system imaginable but I’ll admit that there were some lemons in there.
I currently use a 27″ iMac on my desk at my office and I carry a 13″ MacBook Air at home or when I travel.
I’m happy to report that in the 20 + years that I’ve been working with Macs- I’ve never gotten a virus in my software. Well, not one that I’ve ever noticed anyway.
I periodically read an informative blog (Macvirus) to see what others say about the security of the Mac, it’s operating system and what potential “holes” there are in the system…but there’s no denying that with all of the surfing on the internet that I’ve done, had I owned a Windows machine I would have most certainly had to upgrade my spyware/bloatware/antivirus/malware/whateverware software to keep me protected.
Now don’t get me wrong…I’m not bashing on Windows or any of the versions of Microsoft software. We use them everyday here at my business (Fedex systems for example); but the security and lack of possible viruses on the Mac operating system is enjoyable. We get computers in for virus removals every day here at Mission Repair – but the are NEVER Macs.
So without too much more discussion, you might want to take a look at a Mac for your home computer if you’re living with a clunky Windows system that can never seem to beat the virus. Take it from me, this is not a fantasy world that I’m living in, it’s reality. I just thought that I’d talk about it for a minute because I take the fact for granted- that I don’t have to think about virus issues on my systems.
If you’ve got a Mac virus, I’d like to hear about it…comment below!
Take care, Ryan
Hello everyone, we have more big news to announce. We have opened up our Windows PC laptop repair services to include FULL DIAGNOSTIC services on most major brands of portable PC’s. For example, the Dell Inspiron, a staple in the PC laptop world, has been added to our full line up of services on the Mission Repair website.
Dell Inspiron Diagnosis Service!
The big question is, how much does it cost? Well, like all other items that we service, diagnosis is FREE. That’s right, we will look at your failing PC laptop for nothing. No charge! Our guys will get to the bottom of your issues and give you a call within 24 hours. It’s just plain awesome!