If your computer isn’t quite what it used to be, there are a number of ways CCi can help revive it. This can be done by performing memory (RAM) upgrades, basic maintenance tasks, or even starting completely fresh just like you bought it brand new.
Every day there are a number of security threats that could be targeted towards your Windows PC. Viruses, spyware, and other malicious software can install itself without your permission and slow your computer to a grinding halt. CCi knows the ins and outs of spyware and virus removal to ensure your system is cleaned out and protected in the future with the proper security software.
CCi can get you up and running with nearly any kind of installation you throw our way. Whether it’s a new piece of software such as Microsoft Office, a hardware upgrade like a wireless card, or a new gadget like a digital camera, the only thing you’ll have to worry about is enjoying it.
Did you know that a large majority of computer users don’t bother to back up their data regularly or, in most cases, at all? As computers become the centerpiece of our lives, it would be devastating to lose all of our valuable files like photos, home videos, music, and documents. Let CCi back up your precious memories so you can keep them forever. CCi also transfers files from your old computer to your new one so you’ll be right at home.
One of CCi’s qualified technicians will gladly come to your home to resolve your computer issues on-site. We can set up your home network, make minor repairs, clean out the junk from your system, and troubleshoot a number of other problems. Give us a call to tell us when and where.
Come visit one of our six offices in southeastern Connecticut to talk with us about getting a brand new computer from Dell. We often have the latest models on display and we can even custom-configure a new Dell desktop or laptop just for you!
Viruses are malicious scripts that often pretend to be legitimate files ("trojans"). They can overwrite or corrupt real files to make it appear as if the virus doesn't exist and can self-replicate. Viruses open up connections with other computers to send and receive information to hack into your system.
Spyware, sometimes called adware, consists of annoying files that slow your computer down and often lead to numerous popup advertisements. This causes stability issues, clogs system resources, and can even disable security devices such as firewalls.
The age of your computer, the software you have installed, in addition to viruses/spyware are all possible causes for system slowdowns.