Looking for help with your PC problems? Then you've come to the right place. As part of our work here at QBS PC Help we repair all sorts of desktop and laptop computers and have built up a large database of the most common problems that we come across day to day.
This free pc help and accessible online information will no doubt help you to fix your own PC problems.
Our Database is fully searchable and contains features, tips and solutions for all the Microsoft Operating Systems from Windows 98SE right through to Windows 7 and Windows 8.
If our database cannot provide a solution to your computer problem you should try checking out our PC Help Blog. This has hundreds of posts about computers and other technology news.
Here's a sample of a very popular series of blog posts -
Your PC will be out of date after a while and you may want to replace it with newer and better technology long before you really need to replace it. That's fine, but if you want to maximise the lifespan of your PC then read these six top tips - Read More..
QBS PC Help also have a Twitter account that is actively managed and is based mainly on computer technology.
We provide a number of technical articles that can help with those really difficult computer repair problems such as a PC not booting, booting but producing a series of beeps, booting into Windows but slow in operation (spyware, adware or virus problems), switching on but no power.
The article library keeps on growing and currently features 150 articles comprising 104 PC articles, 33 web design and SEO articles and a handful of articles covering affiliate marketing (2), business tips (8) and social marketing (3).
To see the full list of articles visit the QBS pchelparticles Library.
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By using the QBS PC Help database you will gain access to a list of key Windows support bulletins. These appear on the right hand side of each search page and are listed by operating system i.e. Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, ME and 98.
Here are a few of the latest Windows Vista and Windows 7 bulletins:
Finally, if you need help in tracking down PC problems take a look at my 208 page Easy PC Repair Guide.
The next issue of the QBS Free PC Tips Newsletter will be sent on 18th January 2019.