Anywhere PC Repair Inc

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6589 S Jackson St Centennial, Colorado 80121
(303) 908-5120


Located in Centennial , Colorado. I have decades of computer experience to help repair and upgrade your personal computer.

Computer support for regular people. I'm affordable, reliable, and MOBILE! Let me fix your next computer glitch or help select and install your new personal computer system.
Call me the next time your home or business computer requires expert care.
A satisfied customer says:

"Its reassuring to know that there is a real professional out there that can handle just about anything when it comes to computer problems and that would be you. Hopefully I don't have anything else for a while but if I do, you'll certainly get a call."

COMPUTER REPAIR AND UPGRADES / TUTORING / DISASTER RECOVERY Anywhere PC Repair will come to your home or business and remove viruses slowing down your computer.

Learn how to use the Internet, email, specialized software, your digital camera, all Microsoft applications at both the beginning and intermediate levels. Also get yourself set up to sell things on eBay!

Yes! This and much more training and tutoring is available when you schedule an appointment with Bill Smyth. Bill is a long time educator with experience teaching in local community colleges, Colorado Free University, and Sylvan Leaning Center. Mr. Smyth has tutored a wide clientele from housewives to attorneys.

He invites your questions and encourages open communication about any technology problem you may have encountered. He strives to speak in plain English, not geek speak! He is one of the friendliest technology professionals you will ever meet.

When problems occur, first reboot your computer. This solves many problems. It is also wise to reboot once per day. This helps Windows manage computer memory. Turning off your computer once per day helps minimize internal dust accumulation and saves electricity. Also, turn off and then turn on your Internet modem and/or router if your Internet connection is disrupted.

Do a full data backup at least once per month, and more often for critical data such as photographs and financial information. Keep the back up media in safe places, such as fireproof safes, safe deposit boxes, or at a bare minimum, off-site from the location of the computer.

Do perform a weekly or monthly tune-up of your computer's hardware and software, including a disk cleanup, scan, and defragmentation; and updates and scans for viruses and spyware.

Do not smoke, drink, or eat near your computer. At least once per year, open the computer case and either vacuum or use compressed air to remove dust from the inside.

Do keep nearby copies of all CD's, serial numbers, and registration numbers for all software and hardware that came with the machine and that was purchased at the store or downloaded. Also keep all installation instructions and manuals for using these materials.

Do not delete files or folders from your computer that you did not create. It is safe to delete shortcuts to programs from your desktop that you do not use. These are indicated with a small curved arrow in the lower left corner of the icon.

Do keep a copy of your current Internet Service Provider (ISP) information. This includes telephone numbers for customer service, technical support, and dial-up access; user names, addresses, and passwords; and mail server names.

Business Features


  • Business Services , Cloud Computing , Computer Hardware Repair , Computer Installation , Computer Repair , Data Backup , Desktop Computer Repair , Virus Removal


Phone: (303) 908-5120




MONDAY: 8:00AM - 6:00PM

TUESDAY: 8:00AM - 6:00PM

WEDNESDAY: 8:00AM - 6:00PM

THURSDAY: 8:00AM - 6:00PM

FRIDAY: 8:00AM - 6:00PM



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