Computer Maintenance 2012
Computers need regular maintenance after the sale,also they need much like an automobile or household appliances. However, the cost of paying a professional technician to clean and update the software and hardware on a PC is too much for many consumers and business customers to justify. For years, many companies have contracted with local and virtual technical support services that provided computer maintenance as a value-added service for the business. In 2012, many computer owners are looking for ways to do regular system maintenance on their own, to not only reduce costs, but also maybe learn something in the process.
Operating system developers and PC manufacturers are responding to consumer and business customer demand to have more self-sufficiency in terms of computer maintenance. For example, Microsoft’s operating systems are on many desktop and laptop computers, worldwide. The company’s latest OS release, Windows 7, includes a feature called Action Center, which gives PC owners greater control over system maintenance. This feature works real-time, monitoring for system and security problems known to create headaches for users, if no one takes action to reverse or rectify the problem, such as regularly defragmenting the hard drive to maintain system performance.
The overall trend for computer maintenance in 2012, and beyond, is to help users help themselves, instead of having to rely on third-party support services. Many operating system developers are beginning to take greater responsibility for the products they offer, making sure consumers and business customers get proper service and support, even after the sale.
Category: Computer Maintenance
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