The key to learning computers is figuring out problems single-handedly. A quick remote support walkthrough is a great beginning to a solution, but onsite support can be a bit overkill. Our database of self-help solutions (that every member receives month to month) can not only save you time and money, but really teach you something.
At TechnicalSupport.com, our self help center is a resourceful online library of over 120,000 self help solutions. Get help with Microsoft, Adobe, Yahoo, Citrix, Symantec, RSS Feeds, Firefox, Mac, PC, Linux, operating systems, mail, graphics and much much more, all from the self-help database.
Learning computers (or peripheral devices) is a long process, but the reality is that it’s truly not that difficult once you have a high-quality concept of what works and what doesn’t work. The key to success is figuring out problems on your own (with a computer database or a good search engine) and applying trial and error.
Our goal at TechnicalSupport.com is not just to get your tech problem solved, but to offer self-help solutions that can teach users who have average technical skills. By using the database, and then applying the knowledge, a normal user can start to excel.
The reality of tech is that the most accomplished users still need training and support, the difference is that these folks have a complex understanding of issues throughout years of use, and because of this, their technical difficulties are usually fixed on their own. At TechnicalSupport.com we encourage our customers to learn about technology, this way the next problem won’t be an issue at all, but a walk in the park.