Technically Computers is a sole proprietorship by me, Alex. I provide professional IT support services for small and medium businesses, and the local community here in Chatham, ON.
I have worked for a number of years as a computer service technician previously in the rural North of Fort St. John serving the local community residents and small businesses. I have CompTIA Network+ Certification to also verify my ability to work with networking technologies, and have a full time job working directly with network technology also. This website, and all of the support services connected to it, are all open source software hosted and maintained by myself, on my own hardware.
Repairing and servicing computers and electronic devices alike, and supporting people and businesses with their technology needs, is my specialty and my passion, and I am fully dedicated to it.
Bypass or reset password security to login to an account on Windows or MacOS. As long as the computer's storage is not encrypted, I just need physical access to the device and I can either unlock the account or get your data back into a new user account.
General PC troubleshooting, hardware upgrades, and custom PC assembly I charge $50 per hour. Note: Troubleshooting often involves a lot of long tests that run for hours. I only consider the time it takes to set up tests and respond to their results as billible time. For example, I may need your computer for a couple days, but only charge you a couple hours.
Data recovery sometimes means recovering photos or documents from a defective flash drive ($50), recovering thousands of photos on your portable hard disk drive ($75), or recovering data from a failed hard drive in a working computer, and replacing that drive, reinstalling the software, and restoring your data ($150 + parts).
I also offer video game console repair services, please contact me with the issues you are having and what console it is, and I will review your request. I have restored and repaired a number of different issues with various video game consoles.