Is Your Computer Expendable?
The fact is, that all computers break sooner or later, but how well you maintain your computer has everything to do with how reliable it will be. If you’re worried you might not beat the odds of a premature computer failure because you don’t know how to properly maintain it, then you need to take advantage of some of the FREE Training offered by ComputerAfterCare.
If you’re in the habit of postponing repairs because you needed to put off the expense, I can teach you how to avoid the need for repairs in the first place, for a fraction of the expense, usually just for software and a few tools and materials, some of which you might have already. Of course this only works “after” your computer is working normally again, which is what ComputerAfterCare is all about. Finding a PC Repair Tech is easy, but finding a one-stop shop that is dedicated to showing you how to beat the odds of having a premature computer failure is a rare find. It totally goes against the business model of being in the business to repair computers.
ComputerAfterCare covers a wealth of topics which are organized into 8 Training Modules: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual, Annual, and As-Needed Maintenance, with an important 8th Module on Malware Prevention. To summarize the content for you, I broke it down into the 4 broad categories below…
Of all the preventive maintenance that gets overlooked, cleaning PCs inside and out is the worst. Dust, moisture, salt laden air, rust, pet hair, cock roaches, ants, geckos,
What to know before installing Windows Updates, Updating 3rd party programs, performing disk cleanup, optimizing Windows, and running periodic malware scans…
A malware infection is probably the quickest and most common cause of pre-mature computer failure. If ignored too long, malware can even lead to hardware failure.
Data Backup Strategies
There are a lot of misconceptions about performing data backups. What can be backed up, and what can be restored, and how can this be automated.