Safety on the job: Visiting clients houses

Published 2nd March 2006 By Bryce Whitty

When people talk about computer repairs one would think that there wouldn’t be much danger involved. I am sure most of you have heard a story or two from a pizza delivery boy who had some scary moments on the job. Well, with pizza delivery boys at least they don’t have to go into the client’s house for at an hour, onsite computer technicians do.

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How to repair Internet Explorer from fatal Spyware damage

Published 27th February 2006 By Bryce Whitty

This is a brief guide about how to repair Internet Explorer after a crippling Spyware/Adware/Malware attack.

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What to Charge for a Computer Repair

Published 19th February 2006 By Bryce Whitty

A question that I frequently hear on forums is “how much should I charge for a computer repair?”. This article should help you set your prices.

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‘Not-So-Well-Known’ Windows XP & 2000 Repair Commands

Published 18th February 2006 By Bryce Whitty

Here is a list of mostly unknown WindowsXP and Windows 2000 commands that are useful for repairing PCs that will make linux users feel at home using command prompt.

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Selling a PC: Avoiding the Traps

Published 16th February 2006 By Bryce Whitty

This article is about selling new or old computer to clients and how to avoid the potential traps involved.

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Expand Your Business with Social Networking

Published By Bryce Whitty

This article is about getting more computer repair clients by using social networking which allows you to get introductions more easily saving time and money in the process.

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The Right Tool for the Job – Top 10 Computer Repair Software

Published 15th February 2006 By Bryce Whitty

When you are on the job, you better come prepared. This article is a list of useful computer repair tools.

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