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Windows 10 free upgrade has been and gone. Did you upgrade? If you did and are having problems, want more familiarity, or want to go back to Windows 7 or 8, we can help.
Horncastle Computer Services specialises in:
- Home and small business computer repair – PC and Mac
- Online services for businesses.
- PC Tuition
- Website and blog design and maintenance
- Recycle old PCs, laptops and Macs
“A good and friendly service, would recommend to any one.”
You can contact us on 01507-622357 and 07552-380585 or via a quick online message. Send a text-message and we’ll call you back. Covering Horncastle and everywhere nearby (Woodhall Spa, Coningsby, Spilsby, Louth, Wragby, Bardney etc.), we offer friendly and clear, impartial advice and service from years of experience.
We have some great feedback you can check out here.
Services we offer
We have a history of successful computer fixes for a wide range of problems including:
No call out charge in Horncastle for a limited time
We are a green company and use sustainable travel whenever possible. This means we can pass on savings such as offering no call out charge to your home or work in the Horncastle area. Call out charges to other areas are kept low.
Flexible working hours – evenings are ok
We understand customers may often be busy during the day and if evening site visits are necessary we can help you. We are flexible and understanding. You can also drop off any equipment at our workshop if you prefer (if so, please contact beforehand).
Our company policies are: “no fix, no fee’‘, “no rip-offs” and excellent customer service.
We offer recommendations and service based upon your needs, not ours, and will always try to find the best solution for each situation. Horncastle Computer Services is looking forward to helping you.
Microsoft ended support for Windows XP on 8th March 2014. It’s a shame as it was a great operating system, but nothing lasts forever. End-of-life means there will be no more security updates and support for it in general from Microsoft. Other companies are also taking the same stance and one can’t blame them for not supporting something that was released in 2001! So, it’s probably time to upgrade – seriously recommended. Not the end of the world though…we can help you move forward, just give us a call or contact us for a chat if you like.