Services offers a quick and reliable service at a very
Sometimes, it is not a
requirement for you to deliver your computer to a repair shop
every time it needs service or repair work and then wait a week
or more to get it back.
If we believe it will be a
quick fix we will repair your computer onsite or attend your
location to dismantle and bring the computer to our
We know your computer is
important to you and we do our utmost to accomplish very quick
We can repair your computer
or sell you refurbished or new products. You can depend on us
for superb service, great prices, expert technical advice and
extremely fast turnaround.
We can also build and host your Website.
If you're in need of Disaster Recovery please
do not do any additional work with your hard drive and contact
us immediately. If the hard drive is mechanically damaged it may
be sent to Toronto for additional attempts at recovery.
We can Troubleshoot and Set Up the
Desktop, Laptop/Notebook Computers, Business & Home
Networks, Workstations, etc.
We have access to
factory refurbished computers and we then update them as well.
All have been tested and passed our inspection and come with a
30 day Guarantee.
Does Your Computer:
Crash? Run Slow? Error Messages?
Reboot Without Warning? Infected with a Virus?
You need Dwinnell's
Computer Services to fix your problems fast!
Call or email
today! We can help!
$90.00 Flat Fee for Software Repairs!
crash? Don't despair we may be able to recover
most of your data!
(Make no mistake about it! We can do this!)
Complete Website Solutions
Building, Domain Registration, Hosting, Updating Etc.
With the sheer number
of personal events that you will enjoy in your life,
we understand that you want to share your moments
with friends and family.
Our personal web
design package is here to help you do that. Your
personal site is as follows:
Your introduction page
houses a photo and an introduction sentence, both of
which you supply.
The photo page allows
you to place up to 15 photos.
Your map and contact
page will house a map to the event and/or your phone
and fax numbers etc.
A Domain Name such as
(com, ca, org etc) would be approximately $21.00 to $35.00
laptop's biggest battery-life-sucking component
is its LCD display. To eke out more juice when
you're off the plug, turn down your panel's
brightness to the lowest level your eyes can
Most notebooks have a Function key
combo - or even a dedicated hot key - for a quick
(You can also adjust brightness in
Display Settings under Control Panel.)
Keep It Cool
Thanks to their small, cramped cases and tiny
vents, laptops are prone to overheating.
Unfortunately, using your notebook on your
lapóor on top of a blanket that protects your
lap from your scalding-hot notebookócan
seriously stifle ventilation and make matters
To help keep temperatures in check, opt
for a lap desk or a laptop cooling pad that
won't conduct heat or block your laptop's vents.
Back Up Everything
Constant movement puts computer components at
risk, and because of their portability, laptops
suffer a lot more wear and tear than desktops.
All of that on-the-go use increases the risk of
hard drive failure, so make sure you back up the
data on your laptop to an external hard drive,
thumb drive, or home server on a regular basis.
Portable hard drives like the Western Digital
Passport Elite make it easy to back up your data
on the road.
Wireless Home Networking Tips
Fix Connectivity Issues
It sounds crazy, but 95 percent of all Internet
connectivity problems can be solved by
power-cycling both the router and the modem.
Turn them both off, and then turn the modem back
on first. Once its "sync" or signal light comes
on, turn on your router.
You've probably heard this before, but it bears
repeating: Always enable your router's wireless
security! Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
encryption is the oldest (and weakest) form of
security; the newer (and stronger) Wi-Fi
Protected Access (WPA) and WPA-2 are the best
protection available today for home users.
Update Your Router's Firmware
All routers include internal read-only chips
with embedded instructions that can be updated
by the manufacturer. Router manufacturers
generally update a product's firmware to
increase performance as well as to resolve bugs
and security issues, so it's wise to keep your
router's firmware up-to-date. Check the
manufacturer's Web site for the latest updates.
Configure Windows Update
Windows Update is great, but if it's set on
autopilot, it will download updates that require
a reboot, then pester you forever to install
them, and eventually reboot on its own. Change
the Windows Update settings (in the Windows
Security section of the Control Panel) to
download updates but ask you whether to install
Disable Delete Confirmation
You can disable the confirmation that pops up
whenever you delete something by right-clicking
the Recycle Bin and selecting Properties.
Uncheck the delete confirmation box, click Apply
and then OK, and you're done. Also, you can
bypass the Recycle Bin entirely by holding down
the Shift key while deleting files.
Disable Windows Animations
Sliding Window animations look cool, but you can
improve system performance by disabling them
Right-click My Computer and go to
Properties. In Windows 7 & Vista, select
Advanced system settings, or click the Advanced
tab in XP. Click Settings in the performance box
and uncheck any box that says animate, slide, or