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Computer Maintenance and software issues

Updated on July 3, 2016

Computer-Clinic

The software development and resolving issues services that our organization provides cover the entire computer cycle issues.
⦁ All operating system,Software Installations,upgrading and updating.
⦁ All required software Installations & all software definitions.
⦁ Implementation,tracking,trouble shooting and fixing errors.
⦁ Testing and quality assurance.
⦁ Technical support and users documentations.
⦁ Securities and protection's software.
⦁ Software copy protection and online registrations.
⦁ Windows Installer Issues.
⦁ Auto update system.
⦁ platforms migrations (upgrading from a various legacy platforms to the recent versions.
* Platforms:
Xp service pack (1 - 3), Vista, Windows 7. Windows 8,windows 8.1, windows 10.
* IT Moves:-
Vision Up can help you in moving your computers, peripherals, and network devices to new office or premises and set them up to get your office back in to its activities in a very short period, our Technical staff has a huge experience in IT moves and set up the computers and other IT related devices. So spaces for worries with our customers when they decide to expand their business areas specially offices or a different location, as VISION UP will always be there in their sides when its needed, in order to help them according to their expectations.
* Computer maintenance:-
What is the computer maintenance???
Computer maintenance is basically same as any other type of maintenance, it’s a set of services or procedures performed to keep something (In this case, a Computer) in a good working condition, a well-maintained computer will run faster, more efficiently and crash less than one that has not been maintained.
*) Safeguarding against the malware:-
Malware is a type of software that is designed to damage your computer or gain unauthorized access to your personal information. It includes VIRUSES, WORMS, TROJAN HORSES, and SPYWARE. Most malware is distributed over the internet and s often bundled with other software.
The best way to guard against the Malware is to install Antivirus and there are many of Antivirus software, and It helps to prevent the malware from being installed. And it can also remove the malware from your computer. New malware is being created all the time, so it’s important to update your Antivirus software frequently. Most antivirus programs can do this automatically, but you will need to make sure that this feature is enabled, it’s also important to stay smart when you are browsing the web or using e-mail, If a web site or e-mail attachments looks suspicious. Trust your instincts, keep in mind that your antivirus program may not catch everything, so it’s best to avoid downloading anything that might contain malware.

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