We are a mobile computer repair service in Richmond, VA
We fix laptop, desktop, Mac or PC, all brands and models
On-site PC + Mac repair Around Richmond VA for Home or Business
Get computer help from the comfort of your own home
We understand how frustrating computer problems can be. That's why We provide on-site PC + Mac repair around Richmond,VA for residential and small business. Whether you need a Laptop repair, Mac repair or PC repair, our certified technicians are always near you and have the resources and technical expertise to overcome any IT challenges that you may have. Above all we excel in providing in-home computer repair and business I.T support strait to your door.
We fix and upgrade all brands and models
Fixing computers is what we do. We fix Apple, IMAC, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, laptops, desktops, notebooks and all Windows operating platforms. We also work on all major brands like Dell, Sony, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba, E-machine, Lenovo, Fujitsu and many more. Our objective is to get your PC or Mac fixed with a minimal amount of inconvenience or downtime.
Why would you want to drag your PC or iMac to the Apple store to wait for days or weeks to get it back, when you can get it fixed in a few hours without even having to unplug it ?
On-demand PC + Mac / Apple computer repair and I.T Support for home or business around Richmond, VA
One call is all it takes
Our computer repair technicians are always near you and ready to assist in a moments notice. We provide same day service in most cases, so you never have to wait more then a few hours to get your computer running again. We'll come to your home or place of business and fix the problem right then and there for you. No need to move or unplug anything. We deliver fast and convenient service without sacrificing quality.
Your Satisfaction is 100% Guaranteed
• Get computer help the same day in many cases
• No need to unplug anything
• Certified PC + MAC technician come directly to your door
• Complimentary data backup and restore
• Fast Turn around
• We service all major brands and models
• Multi-computer repair discounts
• Remote support available
• 30 day parts and labor warranty
Are you ready to get your computer fixed?
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MacBook Pro important batteries recall notice
This is a Voluntary Replacement Program from Apple
This is a free of charge battery replacement program if you own an affected 15-inch MacBook Pro. This voluntary battery recall is affecting the older generation 15-inch MacBook Pro units that were sold primarily between September 2015 and February 2017. The MacBook Pro may contain a battery that can overheat and pose a safety risk. Apple is asking customers to stop using affected 15-inch MacBook Pro units.
You can identified these fauly units by their product serial number usualy located on the buttom of the unit or from the apple menue choose About This Mac in the upper-left corner of your screen.
If you have a “MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015),” enter your computer's serial number on the program page to see if it is eligible for a battery replacement.
This recall is specific to these particular models and does not effect any other 15-inch MacBook pro or MacBook Air.
The link below will take you to the Apple web site where you can check your MacBook Pro eligibility.
Should I buy a Mac or a PC?
This is a question you may be asking yourself if you're looking for a new computer or laptop. Macs and PCs both have dedicated followers, and each type of computer has its own strengths and weaknesses. The decision to buy should be on which platform suits you better, it all depends on your goals. Ultimately both Macs and PCs can get you to the same place. They just have different ways of getting you there.
Macs tend to be pricier while PCs are more affordable. However, you can easily find Windows machines that cost as much as an Apple computer. That being said you can also find a PC for $500.00 while a Mac with comparable components can cost over $1000.00.
In terms of Security, PCs tend to be more prone to malware just because more people in the world use Windows, making them a bigger target to attack. However, newer Windows models are proven to be better at combating security vulnerabilities. While it is more difficult to get a virus on a Mac than a Windows, it is definitely possible.
Macs are known to be more user-friendly (open for debate) But it is generally agreed that Macs are easier to use because of their intuitive design.
However, if you have been a PC user all your life and are familiar with the Windows OS, it could take some time to adjust to learning the Mac interface.
In regards to repairs and upgrades PCs are easier and cheaper, it's hard to argue that Macs offer as much flexibility as Windows PC. From a hardware standpoint, most Windows PCs let you upgrade whatever you like whereas Macs do not. Macs need fewer repairs but replacement parts are proprietary and cost significantly more. Because Macs are less common, only specially trained technicians can make repairs and updates.
In the end, it all comes down to what you plan on using your computer for. If you need assistance deciding between the two give us a call, we'll be happy to
point you in the right direction.