Are you needing Computer Repairs Hornsby or computer support? Yes, SuperGeek can help you!
SuperGeek technicians come to you, we have no call out fees and our vans are fully stocked with whatever you may need... new ram, graphics cards, hard drives, software, and even brand new desktops or laptops.
- Desktop and laptop PC repairs
- New desktop & laptop sales
- Virus removal and virus protection
- Data recovery from any hard drive / storage
- Cloud storage and backup options
- Networking your devices - wireless and cable
- Modem | ADSL | Cable installation and setup
- Apple Mac service and repairs
- Basic computer training
- Websites & online marketing for businesses
- THOR surge protection
- Managed I.T. Services for businesses
Computer Repairs Hornsby (NSW)
SuperGeek provide a full range of computer services targeted towards individual home users and businesses in Hornsby (NSW). Technicians provide mobile onsite computer repairs and support, allowing for no loss of productivity associated with taking a computer to a repair centre. SuperGeek can assist with anything from general computer & laptop maintenance, to hardware installation and set-up. Hardware refers to any piece of equipment used to create a personal computer. Monitors, power supply, keyboards and motherboards are all considered to be hardware. The motherboard, a main PC component, is a large rectangular board located inside the computer case. It consists of integrated circuitry connecting other components of the computer, like RAM (random-access memory), together.
Hornsby Computer Support for PCs & Apple Computers
SuperGeek technicians provide professional computer support to home computer users and small businesses. Technicians can provide multiple services including holistic system management, one time call outs, disaster recover procedures, and the input of internet security programs. Internet security refers to all provisions and policies in place that prevent and monitor unauthorised access, misuse and modification. With internet security in place, network administrators are able to protect, manage, and oversee all operations taking place. Network administrators control who accesses information and programs and the associated data. Internet security measures are used by public and private computer networks.
SuperGeek Hornsby, NSW 2077
Hornsby is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney (NSW), 25 km north-west of the Sydney CBD. It remains a busy commercial centre, just as it was a century ago. Over the years, the town centre has developed distinct characteristics on either side of the railway line.
The western side consists of a traditional high street shopping village along the Old Pacific Highway. A short section of the highway north of the shops still has several antique lamp posts preserved. On the eastern side of the highway from south to north are the police station, the court house and the historic Hornsby Shire Council chamber (built in two stages in 1915 and 1930). On the western side is Hornsby Park with the new Hornsby Aquatic Centre complex and also Hornsby TAFE. A large war memorial and the adjacent RSL Club is located at the southern end of the shops.
The eastern side is dominated by Westfield Hornsby, a shopping centre, which features two department stores a Myer & David Jones, an Event Cinemas multiplex, 335 stores, a food court and several restaurants. The intersection of Florence Street and Hunter Street became a pedestrian mall in the early 1990s. At the centre of the pedestrian mall is a large water clock sculpture, designed by Victor Cusack. The public library, Hornsby Shire Library, is also located in this area.
The north-western side of the suburb is occupied by various industries and the northern end of Hornsby features a major railway workshop.