For some people, computers contain their entire lives. Software, photos, personal or business documents and more all live on our computers these days. Especially with the arrival of Windows 10, getting a new PC or laptop rather than fixing your old one can be as difficult as ever.

This isn’t to say that we’re not a fan of new technology – we love it! But trying to transfer your life to a new technology can sometimes have some hiccups, especially if you don’t use the services of a qualified professional to help you with the transfer.

When is a computer repair not the best option?

1. If you have really old technology or a very old version of Windows

Sometimes the cost of the repair, plus the cost of a new operating system , doesn’t outweigh the time/cost/hassle of just getting new technology and getting used to using updated software.

2. If you don’t use the computer for much

If you only use your PC for Internet searching, web based email, Facebook and other simple tasks, it wouldn’t be difficult to transfer to new technology if you enjoy new technology. Just make sure you have an experienced IT professional that can destroy your old hard drive and help optimise your new system.

Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry about all of these issues?

Letting Fixed Locally give you a free estimate on repairing your computer is the best way to find out your options. If it’s anything but an operating system or hard drive problem, it can be fixed without having to do anything with your data. In these instances, your computer will act just the way it was, if not better, before the problems started.

Call 07889 123184 to arrange your repair

If you need your computer or laptop repaired, don’t delay, call Steve at Fixed Locally today on 07889 123184 or 01793 861317, email steve@fixedlocally.co.uk or complete our contact form and we’ll get you up and running again.