Residential. Virus and Spyware Removal
Malware includes applications that spy on you, corrupt your data, destroy your hard drive or give control of your machine to someone thousands of miles away. No matter what form it takes, it is bad business. And since there are a lot of examples of malware in the wild, it may only be a matter of time before you become the victim of a malware attack.
The most important advice we can give anyone who believes he or she has a computer with malware on it is this: Don't panic. Also, don't assume that you need to wipe your computer clean and start from scratch. Often you can remove malware without having to erase everything else. You may lose some data in the process, but you probably won't lose everything.
First, you need to determine if your computer has a virus at all. You might suspect your computer of having a virus if it seems to be sluggish. If your Web browser suddenly looks different or automatically goes to a site you don't recognize, that's a good indication that you've got some malware. If your computer is unstable and crashes fairly often, you may have a problem. And if you try to access files but receive a message saying they're corrupted, that's another sign. If you do think your computer has a virus, you need to run antivirus software to weed it out. Some viruses disable antivirus software -- they're clever that way. If you don't have any antivirus software, now is a good time to purchase or download an application.
Computer Networking And Consulting
What is computer networking? In the world of computers, networking is the practice of linking two or more computing devices together for the purpose of sharing data. Networks are built with a mix of computer hardware and computer software.
Support for you linked devices becomes necessary when any of the systems sharing data decides to stop communicating. There are far too many reasons for this communication failure. That's where we come in!
If you run a small business or growing corporation, you may have need of, or already be using a server. Defining a server is easire than you would think. Simiply put, a server is a computer system dedicated to serving the needs of other devices connected to it.
At Expert Kent, we install, configure and provide support for these dedicated system to ensure that they serve you and your devices with reliability.
Most individuals, small businesses and growing corporations lack the time or financial resources to hire full-time IT support. Expert Kent cares enough to make IT support courteous, affordable, reliable and expertly done.
For Immediate Onsite or Remote Support
No network connection? We care enough to make house calls. Connected? Great! One call and we can diagnose and possibly repair your system within the first 30 minutes.
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