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Making computers work for you...

Your computer is a powerful tool, and can be used to do many useful and exciting tasks. We can help you get the most out of your computer. Here’s a list of the services provided by Iowa PC Services:

  • Computer repair – desktops and laptops
  • Software setup, upgrades
  • Recommendations for buying a new PC
  • Networking – wireless or wired, setup and repair
  • Data recovery
  • Training

Computer Service & Repair

In just a few short years, computers have become an important part of our lives. We depend on our computer to for many day-to-day tasks from work to play, shopping to entertainment. But if your computer is not working properly, you may be losing time, money, and opportunity.

Iowa PC Services, Inc. provides you with all the services you need to keep your computer running its best. We’re happy to answer your questions, and help in any way we can. If you have an emergency, such as a computer that will not boot, or a hard drive that has crashed, call us for professional assistance in recovering your data and setting things right.

Networking

More and more people have multiple computers in their home, and are finding out about the benefits of setting up a network to connect these computers. With a network, you can share a single internet connection among several computers as well as share files and printers.

Data Recovery

When your computer won’t start up, or you can’t get access your documents, pictures, music or other data, give us a call… We recover what you can’t replace!

Slow Computers

One of the most common complaints we hear is of computers running slowly. We have extensive experience in making your computer run more quickly. Our process of eliminating unnecessary programs, marketing or promotional software, spyware and viruses is more fully explained on our article on slow computers.



Articles

How to enter a username/password in ESET NOD32 Antivirus

Posted: January 13, 2015

Normally, this step is not necessary because Iowa PC Services takes care of this for you. However, there are occasions when you may need to enter the username and password into your NOD32 Antivirus program. You can find clear instructions here.

Change how icons appear in the notification area

Posted: May 15, 2014

The notification area is in the lower-right corner of the screen, located at the far right of the taskbar. It contains program icons that provide status and notifications about things like incoming e?mail, updates, and network connectivity.

notification area

For help on how to change which icons show in the notification area, please see this handy article on the Microsoft web site:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/change-how-icons-appear-in-the-notification-area

There is a video that shows how to change which icons appear in the notification area.

Get Remote Help!

Posted: March 18, 2014

We use the service provided by LogMeIn.com to provide remote help for our customers.  If you would like for us to help you remotely, please visit the following address:

Install LogMeIn remote software


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