Mobile Computer Service, Repair, Upgrades and Maintenance.
Serving Boise, Meridian, Nampa and Caldwell Idaho
| Idaho's Most Trusted Computer Service |
| Over 20 Years Experiance |
Have you ever wished you had your own "personal" computer technician? ComTek Computer Services Inc. is the computer service that comes to you!
We specialize in servicing all brands PCs, Laptops, Workstations, Servers and Printers. On-site / Mobile Service at your business or home.
Here are just a few of the services we offer:
- On site troubleshooting / repair / upgrading / training.
- Wired or Wireless network design / installation / administration (LAN/WAN).
- Server maintenance / security.
- Virus and Malware detection / removal / protection and education.
- Data backup and recovery.
- Laptop and Handheld LCD Screen Replacement.
- Time saving Pick-up and Drop-off service.
- Comprehensive, "one-on-one" personal computer tutoring offered to Home and Business users.
- Thorough computer cleaning and optimization to dramatically increase system speed!
- The best guarantee in the business, "if we can't fix it, it's really broke!" and there will be No Charge!
All that at very affordable rates! So what are you waiting for? If your system seems slow, sluggish or is otherwise "acting up" Or if you just need to know how to do that certain something.
- Call (208) 898-9645 today
for your free quote!
- NEW - ComTek Remote Support has been enabled!
Look for it in the upper right corner of the page.
One of my clients asked me today, "What is the story with Apple MAC's? I have heard they don't get infected. Is it true?"
While it is true they don't get infected as much, But, They DO get infected.
"The web is the most formidable malware delivery mechanism we’ve seen to date, outpacing even the most prolific worm or virus in its ability to reach — and infect — a mass audience silently and effectively."
REDMOND, WASHINGTON: Microsoft unwittingly let an online security certificate expire on Friday, triggering a worldwide outage in an online service that stores data for a wide range of business customers.
The sloppy housekeeping represents an embarrassing lapse for Microsoft as the software maker tries to bring in more revenue from the storage service, which is called Azure.
Password security is only as good as the weakest link. And on Wednesday, that weak link appeared to be Adobe Systems.
Malware is downloaded onto users' machines after they click on the message "lol is this your new profile pic?"
A malicious worm spreading through Skype instant messages threatens to take control of a victim's machine and hold its contents for ransom.
A Ukrainian operation told computer users their PCs were infected and sold them software to fix the bogus problem
IDG News Service - A U.S. judge has imposed a judgment of $163.2 million against a defendant accused by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission of being part of an operation that sold software to people it tricked into thinking their computers were infected with malicious software.
The percentage of Americans who get their news via Facebook and other social networks has doubled in the past two years, a trend that makes traditional TV news and print newspapers even more vulnerable to losing their audiences, a new study says.
What the DNSChanger malware is -- and why you should care
Now nearly 5 years old, DNSChanger still infects hundreds of thousands of computers. If you've got it, you'll probably lose your Internet connection on Monday.
Here's what you have to know about it, and how to fix it.
What is DNSChanger?
More than 6.4 million LinkedIn passwords have leaked to the Web after an apparent hack. Though some login details are encrypted, all users are advised to change their passwords.
A user on a Russian forum has claimed to have downloaded 6.46 million user hashed passwords from LinkedIn.