Computer Device Setup

Computer Device Setup

Ready to get up and running with your new computer and devices but not sure where to begin? It’s okay, we’ve got you covered.

PC Hardware Repair Service

To keep things basic and helpful for the people, we, at The Ardor repair, offer fixed rates, hourly rates, and even some repair bundles. Try not to pay us anything except if the designer of PC repair makes your PC in the same class as new. We have exceedingly qualified PC specialists who dependably deal with your requirements and offer you Tech Support to stay away from issues in times to come.

When you need to profit our PC repair and LCD repair administrations, we come to analyze your PC to discover which parts are broken and whether they require a repair or ought to be supplanted. When the determination is done and you wish to keep on settling your PC, our first need is to settle your PC at your place. In any case, if it’s unrealistic then our master will take you PC with them to our nearby repair lab which is completely outfitted with all the important devices and parts so the issue can be settled rapidly and successfully. The quality of our Computer Repair Service is extraordinary. During this time, we’ll keep you refreshed with respect to the work advance on your PC.

Set up your new PC’s security

Now that you’ve slipped into something more comfortable, it’s time to get your security ducks in a row.

Windows ships with Windows Security enabled by default unless your laptop or desktop includes a third-party antivirus trial. Windows Security is a solid, if not overly detailed solution that’s dead-simple to use, great at sniffing out malware, and probably good enough for most people. It isn’t the most full-featured anti-malware solution out there, though.

Fill your new computer with software

Head towards Ninite when it comes time to actually install all that software. Ninite lets you install numerous free applications of your choice all at once, even going so far as to automatically disable the bundled crapware that many free programs try to sneak in as part of the installation process. It’s a wonderfully handy tool that takes the pain out of loading up a new PC.

Back up your new computer

After all that, your PC is finally ready to rock: It’s safe, up to date, scrubbed free of junk, and full of software fine-tuned to meet your specific needs. The end is in sight! But we’re not done juuuuuust yet.

There are several ways to back up your PC.
  1. Select the Start button, then select Control Panel > System and Maintenance > Backup and Restore.
  2. Do one of the following: If you’ve never used Windows Backup before, or recently upgraded your version of Windows, select Set up backup, and then follow the steps in the wizard.