Poorly PCs

at 51 Wrentham Avenue, Herne Bay, CT6 7UU United Kingdom

See www.poorlypcs.com for full info, services and pricing. Poorly PCs - Computer repairs Herne Bay, Whitstable & Canterbury.

Poorly PCs
51 Wrentham Avenue
Herne Bay CT6 7UU
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: (01227) 367120


Poorly PCs - Computer repairs at your home or office in Herne Bay, Whitstable & Canterbury. We specialise in home visits - but you can also book a workshop repair or collection!

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Computer repair service. Computer help at your home or office. Herne Bay, Whitstable and most of Canterbury. Home visit service and workshop repairs! Local certified full-time technicians with over 10 years experience. No job too small, all work guaranteed. No fee if unable to help! Need help? Please contact us via phone or email! In the interests of customer privacy and to provide a speedy service, we don't arrange appointments or discuss repair details on Facebook or Twitter.

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Published on 2014-09-08 21:51:42 GMT

If you're having little issues with Windows 8 (slow, Internet issues, email problems, app freezes), try restarting the computer instead of shutting down or hibernating. Restarting is the best way to clear any clogged memory. But whatever you do, don't do a system refresh, restore, recovery or reload!

Published on 2014-08-27 15:07:02 GMT

SCAM ALERT - Calls from Microsoft or your Internet provider? They will never call you about problems with your PC. It's a scam - do not give them any personal detail or access to your computer. If you co-operate with the scammer, it may result in: - charges to your credit card - theft of banking / PayPal details - spam sent to / from your email account - a password appearing on your PC, with a ransom payable to the scammer (to unlock it) - fake or questionable apps on your screen

Published on 2014-07-04 16:30:30 GMT

Don't forget to unplug your router from the PHONE line during a thunderstorm - phone lines conduct lightning very well. Lightning can damage your router and any computers attached via Ethernet cables. We've often seen damage even if the strike is far away

Published on 2014-06-09 21:56:09 GMT

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Published on 2014-06-04 11:30:22 GMT

Lots of people are asking if they will be affected by the latest GameOver Zeus threat... In general you'll be fine if you're running an up-to-date antivirus, only visiting trusted websites and being careful about opening email attachments. And yes, you should always have an up-to-date backup of all important files.

Published on 2014-06-03 00:57:33 GMT

Microsoft Security Essentials now displays a warning to Windows XP users. Please be aware that although XP will not receive any further updates, your Microsoft Security Essentials antivirus will actually continue to update until next year. It's just another way for Microsoft to encourage users to migrate to a new Windows 8 computer. That said, you shouldn't wait until then to upgrade...

Published on 2014-04-04 13:50:32 GMT

5 days until support ends for Windows XP ends. It doesn't mean that Windows will stop working overnight, but it's time to start considering replacing your computer if you can. Vista and Windows 7/8 users are not affected.

Published on 2014-04-03 14:42:11 GMT

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