What We Can Offer Your as a customer
We’ll professionaly repair your computer issues – slow, crashing, viruses, lost data.
We’ll set up your computer, printer, tablets, smart phones so they work correctly and sync.
If your internet is slow, intermittent or downright awful, we’ll speed it up or liaise with your internet provider if needed – as we can talk the tech language they speak.
We can setup your Smart TV, Apple TV, Foxtel IQ, Netflix and home theatre so you can watch or listen to what you want, where you want.
We can set up cloud backup so you never worry about losing important files ever again
What You will Experience from nerdcore computers
We’ll come to your home or business at a time that suits you. (Most issues are fixed within an hour).
We are professionally qualified technicians who are experts in PCs, Macs, Laptops and wireless issues who are experienced to work with these devices.
We Provide a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee on all our services completed.
You’ll understand what to do and be provided with easy to follow instructions for common issues once the entire job is completed.
Nerdcore Technicians are on time, easy to get along with, fast at the repairs. We make sure you are 100% happy before we leave, or there’s no cost.
Network Your HOME with Computers & Laptop
Our professional computer networking team can make life a whole lot easier for you with home networking.
Wish you could be online on any of your devices in any room, without any drop outs?
Wish you could easily share files with each computer or device without having to email them back and forth?
Types of Home Networks
There are two main types of home networks: wireless (WiFi) and wired an satellite.
1. Wireless Home Network
Wireless WiFi home networks are the most popular kind of home networking. There are two main benefits of wireless networks:
They are compatible with any WiFi-enabled device, including mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets and smart TVs.
They are incredibly easy to connect to, as they only require a wireless modem.
2. Wired Home Networks
Wired networks are commonly used in large homes where the WiFi signal can weaken if it needs to pass through walls or travel a great distance. With a wired network we install lots of data points where you need them most – and you can then plug in your computer, printer or other device at these points – except for smart phones and tablets.
However we even have a way around that! We’ll install WiFi modem to a LAN point to extend the reach of your WiFi signal. Combining wired networking with wireless network usually yields the best results.
Benefits of Home Networking
Whether you go for wireless, wired, or a combination of both – you’ll end up with:
Reliable access to internet and email from any device in any room.
Simple and fast file sharing between household members.
Easy access to shared devices like printers and scanners.
Lower mobile data costs. No need to use your mobile phone data allowance for online access when you’re at home.
Computer and Network Security
With all of the personal information stored on computers today, there’s nothing more important than making sure they’re secure. Protect your financial records, photos, personal emails and other private data from identity thieves by letting us secure your computer for you. We will make sure your systems are locked-down and safe from unauthorized access. What will we do? Here are just a few of the more obvious items:
Set up a unique network name
We will set up a unique network name of your choosing so that you can easily identify yours from others in the surrounding area.
Enable wireless encryption
Using a WPA2 security key (‘Nerd speak’ for the highest level of encryption available for your router), your personal information will be protected from online theft and your internet connection secured against use by others.
Change the default administrator user name and password
All new routers come with a default, factory-set administrator username and password. This makes them relatively insecure and vulnerable to being hacked, potentially putting any personal information stored on your network at risk. Your router’s default username and password will both be updated to ones of your choosing.