SuperGeek Lane Cove - Computer repairs and support
SuperGeek - Book nowAre you needing Lane Cove computer repairs & support? Yes, SuperGeek can help you!

For quick immediate service, call 13GEEK (134335) now or complete the form on your right and we will call you back ASAP to confirm your booking.

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.

SuperGeek Lane Cove, 2066 New South Wales

Lane Cove is a suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Lane Cove is nine kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Lane Cove. Lane Cove West and Lane Cove North are separate suburbs.Lane Cove occupies a peninsula on the northern side of Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), at the opening of the Lane Cove River.

There are a number of possibilities of the origin of the name ‘Lane Cove’. The first written use of the name was by Lieutenant William Bradley after he had just sailed along the river in 1788. Some have argued that the it was named after Lieutenant Michael Lane, a respected cartographer, who had once worked with Captain Cook. Others say that it was in honour of John Lane, who was the son of the London Lord Mayor at the time as well as a good friend of the first Governor, Arthur Phillip. In any case, the name stuck, and by the 1800s was being used to refer to all the land north of the river.

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Lane Cove Computer & Laptop Repairs

SuperGeek provide a full range of computer services targeted towards individual home users and businesses. 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.

Lane Cove 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.