Power surges in Computers Rochester New York ESD Pittsford NY

Article by Aware Bear Computers

 Power surges in Computers Rochester New York ESD Pittsford NY

The snow is starting to melt around Rochester NY and finally the warm temperatures are starting to come around again. The 2010-11 winter was pretty harsh and I really don’t miss the snow, ice and the cold wind. Aware Bear Computers on 5 Monroe Avenue 14534 recommends everyone to have their PCs or Macs checked at least once a year and why not do it around Spring time when the weather is nice? We have not changed our $ 19 diagnosis fee and the $ 69 in store virus removal flat fee says founder and owner Andre Leite Alves from Rochester NY.With the spring comes warm temperatures, rain and a lot of lighting that causes ESD (Electro Static Discharge). If you do not own a surge protector, we at AwareBear strongly recommend you buying one and having your desktop, monitor, printer, laptop, Apple or Mac computer connected to it. Every year around April to August we get a ton of people coming over with damaged computers due to ESD. “Some people are lucky and all they need is a power supply replacement and others need a new computer.” Andre Leite Alves. It’s a risky gamble not protecting you against ESD. A good surge protector costs around $ 69 to $ 100, a very small investment for what they can prevent. Just imagine if your residence gets hit by lighting and all of the sudden your computer gets fried. Along with the computer all your personal photos (baby pictures, vacations, weddings and other priceless memories.), iTunes (not refundable by the way) if you lose iTunes Apple will not provide you with replacement songs, your manufactures warranty will not cover any computer or electronic device that is fried due to an ESD. You will need to spend the extra money buying a new computer, setting it up, installing new software, taking the trial software out and the worse

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