I can help you set up your new computer and also move your data, programs, and settings from your old computer to the new computer. PC or Mac.
I can remove all viruses, spyware, and any other malicious software infecting your computer, phone, or tablet, WITHOUT losing any of your data.
Are you backing up your data? Having trouble with your hard drive? I can help you set up your backups and/or recover your data.
I can take the headache out of setting up & securely sharing your internet connection with your computers, laptops, printers, TVs, Kindles, tablets, phones, etc.
Is your computer a few years old? Did your CD drive quit working? I can make you and your PC happier by upgrading and/or repairing as necessary.
Do you or your business need a website, or maybe a web-based front end to your database, or search functionality added to your site, or even a custom application? Call me, I can help.
I can also help you or your business with: setting up email accounts, establishing an internet presence (getting a domain name, email, and hosting), network architecture and evaluation, network server backup strategies, business disaster recovery plans, home and office network documentation, workflow improvements, business process assessment, and more.
Fake tech support (still) I know, I know. I can’t believe it either, but apparently, those fake tech support scammers are still out there. You know, the one where a window pops up on your computer telling you about a problem with your computer and making it sound urgent you call the number on your screen to get technical support. Or, if not a window on your computer, then maybe it’s a phone call saying
Tech Talk #102 – Apr 27, 2019 Windows 7 nagging Microsoft won’t stop supporting Windows 7 (Win7) until January of next year, but Win7 machines will soon start seeing popup messages warning of the end of support. After support ends, Win7 computers will be increasingly vulnerable to security problems. Developers will eventually leave those old PCs behind and stop writing software that works on Win7, as we’ve seen with Windows XP. The popup window has
Tech Talk #101 – Apr 13, 2019 Everybody wants the location data in your smartphone. Your carrier, your phone’s operating system, even the apps running on your phone. But why? Why does Verizon, AT&T, Apple, Google, or Candy Crush care so much about where you are? You ask the hard questions, don’t you? Okay, here we go. The carriers (Verizon, AT&T, and the rest) need to know where your phone is so they don’t drop
Hi, my name is Greg Cunningham. In 2006, I moved from Orange County to Tehachapi, sort of in semi-retirement.
While there were (and still are) several good brick-and-mortar PC repair stores in Tehachapi, I saw a need for an on-site PC
repair service. So, in 2007 I started providing on-site technical support to families and businesses in the greater Tehachapi area.
And so far, more than 700 Tehachapi-area families and businesses have chosen me to fix their PCs, networks, or some other technology giving them trouble at home or at work.
I’m easy to contact if you have a question about your PC, your network, some new technology you’ve heard about, or even to schedule an appointment.
You can call me, email me, or fill out and send me this handy contact form. I promise to never sell or give away your personal information.