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Computer tech support refers to the services provided to computer users to help them diagnose and troubleshoot technical issues with their hardware or software. Whether you’re experiencing software glitches, hardware malfunctions, or other technical issues, a reliable tech support team can provide the help you need to get back up and running quickly.

A good tech support team should be knowledgeable and experienced in diagnosing and resolving a wide range of technical issues. This requires staying up-to-date on the latest hardware and software technologies, as well as having the technical expertise to diagnose and fix issues efficiently and effectively.

In addition to technical expertise, good tech support should also possess strong communication and interpersonal skills. This allows them to effectively communicate technical information to users in a clear and understandable way, and to provide helpful guidance and support throughout the troubleshooting process.

Tech support services can be provided remotely or on-site, depending on the nature and severity of the issue. Remote support allows technicians to diagnose and solve technical problems over the phone or through remote access tools, while on-site support requires technicians to physically visit the user’s location to diagnose and repair hardware issues.

Overall, computer tech support is essential for ensuring that users can get the most out of their computer systems and technology tools. With the right combination of technical expertise, communication skills, and customer-oriented approach, tech support personnel can help users overcome technical challenges and achieve their goals with confidence.

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Step #1: Scan your computer with Windows Defender. Do both online and offline scan. Sept #2 Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode Power Options Hold Shift then Restart You system will go to full screen mode. Select Troubleshoot Then Advanced Options. Click on Startup Settings. Then restart. Your system will boot in safe mode. Clean Read More

Encrypt Files or Folders With Passwords Before Uploading or Emailing

Have you ever wanted to encrypt files or folders with passwords before sending them to someone? You can encrypt and password protect images, videos, documents in just a few seconds, and you will learn that here now. Examples You Can Try Now Here are a few different things that you can download and try right Read More

Find Largest Files in Linux Terminal

There are times when you need to find the largest files in your Linux Terminal. Here are a list of commands that you can use to find out what is bloating your website. Remember that every web page that you have should not load any more than 2 MB maximum. Use The List Command ls Read More

Snipping Tool | Snip & Sketch | Screen Shots & Alternatives

When you need to catch a screen shot or a section of your screen, then the “Snipping Tool” is a great tool. There are other tools at your disposal like “Snip & Sketch” and other alternatives that we will discuss in this tutorial. Snipping Tool The snipping tool has been around for several years. It is Read More

Setting UP Multiple Display Monitors and Settings in Linux Mint and Ubuntu

This post is about setting up multiple display monitors on your Linux Mint or Ubuntu Operating system. In a previous post, I show how to hook up an external monitor. In this post, we will discuss the settings and how to arrange your display monitors. For the record, we refer to monitors as screens and Read More

Synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint

To synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint, follow the steps below. This is a straightforward task and even if you’re technically challenged, as some say, you will get through this with no problems. I did not leave out any steps, and I created this so that it is easily understandable. If you disagree, then leave Read More

how to install Linux mint create bootable flash drive

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Linux Mint and create a bootable flash drive. You can do this install a couple different ways, but I recommend backing up your current computer either way. Recently I created a tutorial on how to back up your Windows 10 computer. Windows 10 Backup Computer Read More

How To Find Wi-Fi Password On Windows 10

To find your saved WiFi Password on your Windows 10 Computer, follow these steps. Go to start on the lower left-hand side of your screen. Select “Settings” Click on Network & Internet Click on Status Click on “Network and Sharing Center” Click on your Wi-Fi Network name. In the Wi-Fi Popup click on Wireless Properties Read More

Linux server under a DDoS attack from an IP address

Find out what IP addresses are connected to your server. [code]sudo apt-get install net-tools -y[/code] Check Server Load Be sure to check when everything is running normally, so you have a base number to compare it to. [code]grep processor /proc/cpuinfo | wc -l[/code] Checking Your Network Load We need to install nload for this operation. Read More

Windows 10 Backup Computer Files and Folders

Backing up your computer should be second nature these days. People lose a lot of valuable information from not backing up their computers. Backing up your computer is easy to do and you can automate backups in Windows 10 so you have a constant backup of your files. There are two different ways to back Read More

PNC Bank | Download CSV Files Beyond 90 Days | Beginners Guide

UPDATE: Here is a video showing you how to upload to the Home Inventory App so you have all your transactions for the entire year on your application. Really valuable to me so I thought I would share it. PNC Bank | Download CSV Files Beyond 90 Days | Beginners Guide I bank at Read More


This is a beginner lesson about terminal commands in a Mac. To get familure please watch the video below. You too can practice the terminal commands on this page with your own Mac. Remember if you are having trouble you can always schedule a one on one with Max the web developer here. FILE PATHS cd Read More

change password on linksys router

Overview on Routers and why you should change your passwords Distrust and caution are the parents of security. -Benjamin Franklin This is a tutorial on how to change your password on your Linksys Router . It is inevitable that we must change our passwords from time to time on our routers whether they be at Read More


Instructions: Pick a date by clicking on it. Pick a time by clicking on it. You will see the selected date and time below the box. [product sku=”maxtime”] List of Classes Available  Live Online one on one with Maximus Just enter in the comment section above when you request a class. Lesson 1 & Orientation Read More

projector options

Overview In this article we will teach you how to connect and external monitor to a Latop.  The next thing we will talk about is “Chromecast” and how to hook it up. If you like watching T.V. from your laptop, tablet or smart phone then I have some good news for you! The third thing Read More