Call: 01278 783081
Call: 01278 783081
DKR Computing is a small business providing IT support for individuals and small business customers.
Our portfolio of services covers a wide range of computer related activities including web site creation, virus and other malware removal, software & hardware fault finding, Microsoft Windows upgrades, etc.
Does your computer need a service? We perform a health check on request that includes virus scan & fix, plus hard drive checks to make sure that your computer is performing optimally. Click here for more details.
Home visits are available for no additional charge.
Discounts for U3A members.
Fault diagnosis and repair on a “No Fix No Fee” basis
All work is fully guaranteed – 12 months for parts and labour
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Do you want a regular or one-off computer health check? Sometimes even when everything appears to be running ok, there can be malware (viruses, trojans, adware, etc) installed on your computer that is slowing it down, spying on your online activities or showing you annoying adverts that take over your screen. Your hard drive could… Continue Reading
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