4004 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78756
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We guarantee all services and offer a minimum 90 day warranty on all repairs.
We offer same day rush service and after hours service by appointment.
PC Experts is a locally-owned Austin computer repair and support business. We specialize in finding affordable and reliable computer and IT solutions. We offer carry-in computer repair at our shop on 4004 North Lamar Blvd, as well as mobile onsite and remote networking and computer support. Our onsite team of trained technicians are available around the clock for our small business clients. Our affordable pricing structures and guaranteed prompt service make PC Experts the premier choice for all of your onsite business needs. Call us today for details on our business rates and service plans.
Proudly serving the 78756, 78757, Brentwood, and Rosedale communities!
The technicians at PC Experts guarantee that they will never lose your data. We observe extensive data backup and safe handling protocols and maintain a strict confidentiality policy.
You can rest assured that we will handle all of your data carefully and respectfully.
Do you have a simple computer, email, website, data, or other IT related question? Maybe it's whether you should use pop or IMAP e-mail, or go with Google App Sync or Mobile Me. Or it's what voltage and amperage you should order for a replacement laptop power supply.
We will answer all questions we receive -- for free -- or at least tell you if we're not sure. Just shoot an e-mail to: email@example.com.
Viruses have changed. Most of the infections we now see are not really viruses at all, but malicious software which enters your computer through advertisements on web pages you visit.
Many of these pretend to be Anti-Virus programs, or System Clean-Up utilities, but their effects are damaging, and they are difficult to remove.
If your legitimate antivirus product does not remove such an infection, PC Experts can help.
For more information, see the article in our blog: Internet Security Threats.
If you are interested in more detailed information, the security folks of the ISSA have posted an overview you may want to look at: pdf outline of current malware threats.