The doctor is in...
Computer acting up? Has it started to slow down or act "funny" for no obvious reason? Are you sure your computer isn't infected by a virus or other malware? Do you have an up-to-date anti-virus program? When was the last time your Windows operating system was updated?
If you're like most of our customers you've come to depend on your computer. Like the telephone, the computer has become an indispensable tool, especially when connected to the Internet. The instant communication, unlimited access to information, and ability to establish a company presence with a web site and conduct business online have become necessities in today's business world.
But it comes at a price. The Internet is today's "wild, wild West." There are hoards of viruses, worms, Trojans, adware, and spyware out there, just looking for a chance to hijack your computer without your knowledge. Unless you stay on top of things, your computer can quickly grind to a halt.
Willamette.Net's service department can give your computer a tune-up, making sure that everything is up-to-date and running properly. We'll update your Windows operating system; install two anti-spyware programs and an anti-virus program; defrag, clean, and tune your hard disk; and create shortcuts to programs that take care of the daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance of your computer. In addition, we will provide you with printed color documentation for the programs we install. Treat your computer to a system tune-up for only $100, with a two-day turn-around in most cases.
Whether it's hardware or software, we can diagnose and repair most computer problems. Our staff of qualified technicians has years of experience in hardware troubleshooting, upgrading, and repair. In addition, they can reinstall or upgrade your computer's Windows operating system or applications.
Maintaining and updating your computer's hardware and software is a crucial part of making sure that everything continues to work properly and that your computer and your personal information on it is not at risk. It's better to be safe than sorry. Call Willamette.Net today at 465-3282 and set up an appointment to ensure your computer is secure and running right.