Recently, Fox Television conducted a survey of IT Services in local area and PC Fixer was voted Best Computer Repair in Los Angeles. We gained this reputation by providing excellent service, whether in offices or homes or by remote connection. This superlative company provides fast, efficient service throughout the county at reasonable cost. We can respond to your call quickly, being at your site within four hours if you call before noon. We are available six days a week to meet your every need.
We can deliver any type of computer repair: if your power cords need mending, your motherboard needs replacing, or when your fans need refurbishing, our fine team is ready for you. We are the top when it comes to quick servicing for all your maintenance needs. Our expert technicians are the best at addressing your problems right there in your office or home. Let us diagnose the problem and provide you with the expertise you require.
When your needs are immediate, the exceptional service that won us that high ranking is at your beck-and-call. Wherever you are in the Los Angeles region, we can arrive onsite prepared to do the work while you wait. Our professionally trained technicians will focus on fixing whatever problem you have.
If you need new hardware, we can provide the following:
If you require software attention, our experts can deal with these difficulties:
No matter where you are in the region, we can bring you the best computer repairs. We understand the importance of limiting your system down-time. We pride ourselves on giving you speedy and effective service and maintenance. No matter what type of problem you are having, our team can solve your difficulty.
Call PC Fixer today at 310-948-0588 and discover why we were voted Best Compter Repair in Los Angeles.
The term "personal computer" first appeared in a November 3, 1962, New York Times article about John W. Mauchly's vision of future computing as detailed at a recent meeting of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers. Mauchly stated, "There is no reason to suppose the average boy or girl cannot be master of a personal computer". The personal computer has a long history as consumer electronic devices began in 1977 with the introduction of small computers called microcomputers. Some mainframe systems had been developed as single-user systems far sooner. A personal computer is any machine used for the purpose of interactive individual use, whereas a mainframe computer's end user's requests are filtered through a resource sharing system in which a very fast processor is shared by numerous individuals. After the invention of the microprocessor, individual personal computers were so affordable that they eventually became affordable consumer goods that could be repaired. One of the first computers, the IBM 610, was designed between 1948 and 1957 by John Lentz at Columbia University as the (PAC) which stands for "Personal Automatic Computer" and was later revealed by IBM as the 610 Auto-Point in 1957. Although it was well known to be very slow (expecially by today's standards), the IBM 610 handled floating-point arithmetic naturally. With a price tag of $55,000, only 180 units were produced.