We have all experienced computer performance issues. Your computer may have been slower than usual or would crash at the most inopportune times. Luckily, Nuvera TechTrends’ TechTeam can help ensure your computer will continue delivering a top-notch performance.
Computer tune-ups are an essential part of the longevity of your computer and without regular maintenance, it will not operate at its best. If you compare a computer tune-up to how often you maintain your vehicle, it makes sense that you would want to take the best care of this valuable equipment at least once per year.
These are the revealing signs that your computer needs a tune-up:
Performance issues are bound to happen the longer you own your computer because of malicious software, documents and media taking up disk space, downloading programs that may go unused, or installing new programs that create duplicate files.
The performance of your computer can easily be improved with a computer tune-up. Our knowledgeable team will dig deep to clean up files, install the latest updates, and organize your PC internally.
Keep your PC clean, fast, and longer-lasting with a tune-up that will cover each of these:
At TechTrends, we will help uncover why your computer is not performing how you expect it to and will do everything they can to get it running as good as new. Take advantage of our Device Support Plan, which consists of 1 free tune-up per year, unlimited phone support, and other member perks.
Do I need a new computer?
Older computers will also experience the same slow performance, freezing/crashing, crashing and long start-up issues detailed above, but these issues are from outdated hardware. You should consider upgrading if you own a computer with an operating system older than Windows 7. This includes Windows Vista, Windows XP, 2000, 98, and 95.
Aging systems aren’t able to comprehend new programs and features of the software, don’t have the proper disk space, and thus will not operate effectively. Our TechTeam can help find the perfect computer for your needs.