Why Hire a Fort Lauderdale Computer Repair Service?
A recent survey suggests that 69 percent of users who contacted any type of independent network or computer support were highly satisfied. That's up from 42 percent of those who used manufacturer support.
That suggests that a Broward County computer service is much more likely to help your computer repair efforts, but the figure above still leaves 31 percent who felt their help left something to be desired.
Satisfaction rates reflect cost and promptness as well as problem-solving skills. Consider the following when researching a Ft. Lauderdale computer service:
-- The source of the problem isn’t always obvious, and most manufacturers look only at pre-installed hardware and software covered by the original warranty. An independent Fort Lauderdale computer repair organization will go beyond that, evaluating your whole setup - including your peripherals, networks, applications, and the software drivers on your system.
If the problem doesn’t clearly lie with the original setup, an independent computer service is more likely to solve it.
-- A virus or spyware might be to blame. If your computer has slowed to a crawl or barrages you with pop-ups, your system may have been infected by malicious software. An independent computer service is far more likely to make such diagnoses than is your machine's manufacturer.
-- You want no-hassle service. Only 12 percent of users reported problems with independent companies' support, compared with 58 percent of those who phoned manufacturers. We've all tried the latter, so those figures aren't at all surprising. Take your problem to someone who specializes in Ft. Lauderdale network support. Don't waste time with another tech support "hotline" that leaves you fuming.
-- Protect your warranty. One important factor to consider is that if your computer is still under warranty, make sure using another computer repair service won’t void that protection. This is mostly an issue for hardware repairs (like if a third party installs a new graphics card).
It’s less likely to be a problem if someone removes a virus or adds a software firewall. Ask the Broward computer company if you’re unsure.