Free Computer Repair Site Launches
Nothing of value in this digital society is still free. Or is it?
Where every household has at best now has one computer, itís not surprising why stores have mushroomed overnight to play on the dearth of technical knowledge of some users. Users donít just play Solitaire or log on to Facebook for hours; they also have to support their computer systems to keep the computer working well and stop it from going down.
But when the economy is inundated along with the computers, people have to find an answer to keep both problems in check and that answer is delivered to them though a new website. In an era where almost nothing is given out for free, a resourceful computer specialist who has taken his lifeís work as his obsession has resolved to render on-the-hour online tutorials for disentangling all forms of computer problems found in Windows XP, Vista, and 7 computers.
FreeComputerRepair.com is an original information website that teaches persons on how to straighten out simple and intricate technical problems they may stumble upon while using their computers. The website contains a difficulty gauge to denote to its increasing number of readers the proficiency level a user needs to be able to patch up a computer hitch on his own. It also indicates if a repair tutorial will ask the user to use some software tools to perform the repair and, if it does, shares a link where users can take the best free software.
The tutorials embrace a broad collection of problems, from motherboard and hard drive glitches to upgrading software tools and elimination of spyware and viruses. The site provides tips on where to get the best freeware for keeping computers safe and hedge from malicious threats. It also offers comprehensive critiques of the best laptop and desktop brands for users who are thinking of purchasing a second PC.
The website also hosts a dynamic forum which allows people to sign up for free and kick off discussions concerning their individual computer problems. Other members who have had a comparable experience or who are knowledgeable about how to fix the problem can contribute to aid the asker solve his problem. The forum is divided into different sub-topics, including glitches exclusive to Windows XP, Vista, and 7, snags with networking and connectivity, hardware fixes, and questions about specific computer brands.
Hundreds of individuals have been able to fix their own technical computer problems on their own and at no additional cost, with the help of the tutorials on the site. That figure is increasingly swelling everyday and individuals who share to one another their common experiences and unique solutions are becoming more and more dynamic as the siteís identity grows. Itís no shocker, with the economy at this time lagging behind its previous times, that men and women of this technological era are discovering innovative solutions to problems theyíve had before.
Visit FreeComputerRepair.com and get unlimited free access to all computer repair tutorials (including the video tutorials) and the computer repair forum at no cost at all.
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