Professional Help With Your Computer May Be Cheaper Than You Think



Professional Help with Your Computer May Be Cheaper Than You Think
We all deal with them,​ those little computer problems that aren’t quite big enough to​ warrant a​ call to​ the​ Computer Guy .​
You know,​ like every once in​ a​ while your camera won’t transfer its pictures the​ right way .​
Or like the​ times when all of​ a​ sudden your computer shuts down for no apparent reason and with no warning whatsoever .​
Don’t forget those odd Run Time Errors with the​ crazy numbers in​ them .​
I​ love those .​
The worst part is,​ you could probably fix some of​ these things yourself if​ you just had a​ little help or​ guidance .​
Calling a​ professional,​ while sometimes necessary,​ can be both a​ greater inconvenience and of​ course a​ greater cost .​
It may take forever to​ contact them,​ and when you do get in​ touch with the​ help desk,​ they always make you reboot the​ thing twelve times before you get any real advice.
Let me be clear on​ a​ couple things before we​ continue .​
First,​ I​ am a​ professional computer technician and have been working in​ the​ industry for over 15 years .​
There are numerous occasions where a​ professional is​ needed to​ help with or​ repair your PC .​
It is​ often my advice to​ have your system evaluated at​ least one every three months .​
On top of​ that,​ there are many things a​ novice should not try on​ their PC for fear of​ causing more harm than good .​
Not everything is​ this way though.
I’ve said it​ before and I’ll say it​ again .​
Your best way to​ help maintain your computer is​ by staying informed and educated .​
I’m not suggesting everyone run out and get a​ Computer Science degree,​ but I​ am suggesting you use some of​ the​ top notch free resources that are available to​ you .​
the​ largest these days is​ of​ course the​ internet.
Don’t get nervous yet,​ I’m not suggesting you look up some super hi-tech article and study it​ until you know it​ inside and out .​
You don’t have to​ .​
the​ net is​ full of​ people who already understand these things and are more than willing to​ pass some of​ that understanding on​ to​ you .​
They do this in​ forums.
Forums are a​ wonderful thing .​
a​ lot of​ forums are actual cyber communities of​ people who love to​ talk about various topics .​
They have people of​ varying skill sets,​ all interacting in​ a​ friendly supportive way .​
I​ know there’s a​ free computer support forum out there with people in​ it​ just waiting to​ answer some of​ your questions.
So next time those pop ups are driving you crazy,​ and you can’t reach your favorite help desk,​ stop by a​ computer support forum .​
You’ll be surprised at​ how good an​ experience it​ can be.
-Dave





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