Would you like to get help with a computer problem simply by pressing a button?

This tip is for everyone out there who has a love/hate relationship with their computer. When my computer is working fine, I love what it can do. When it gives me problems or picks up a virus, I hate that I have to spend so much money to fix it and maybe do without it for several days.

Then last month, I discovered Automatic Geek. Automatic Geek allows you to install a HELP button on the tool bar of your laptop, home or desktop computer that gives you 24 hours a day access to an IT troubleshooter (Geek). It didn’t even cost me anything to try it as they give you a free PC tune-up when you visit the site.

When ever you have a computer problem (lost document, suspected virus, power point presentation assistance, free software download, etc.), you just hit the help button and within 10 – 15 seconds a live individual will come to your assitance, 24 hours a day.

Not only is this way more convenient than hauling the computer into an electronic store and having to wait in line to be served, but it is a lot cheaper. On average, computer stores will charge around $200 to remove a virus. Automatic Geek charges $20 a month and you never have to leave your home/office.

It is ideal for small businesses since you can have up to three computers covered under their $30 a month plan. Five computers can be included for $50 per month. Another great savings for small businesses is that Automatic Geek will search the internet for open source soft ware and once they have found what you need, they will download it to your computer for no additional charge – it is all included in the monthly payment.

Busy investigators or E.P. agents who may have to complete a report or other paper work at the end of their shift, can’t afford to be stuck with a problem when they finish work at midnight or 6am.

Like the old saying goes; “the work isn’t over until the paperwork is done”.

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