Support for ASUS® Desktops
ASUS offers wide range of desktop and all in one PCs. Most of these computers come preinstalled with Windows, device drivers, and other required software. However they still require additional configuration for optimal use. Installing Security Software or updating Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 for example, requires knowledge of configuration options that only certified technicians fully possess. Similarly upgrading an old ASUS computer with Windows XP to Windows 7 or Windows 8, is not easy. The product installation instructions are often confusing. Our experts can help install and configure your ASUS desktop computer the way you want.
Computer hardware and software are becoming more complex. ASUS Desktop computers are no exceptions. We can fix most of the software problems in ASUS desktops. For example, your computer is not able to communicate with the printer; or a nasty virus cannot be removed; or your wireless mouse or keyboard stops working; or the Windows cannot update automatically. No matter how complex the problem, you can count on our certified technicians to spend as much time necessary to fix the problem until you are completely satisfied.
ASUS Desktop computers, like all other computers, can get bloated after some time. As you play high resolution games, download attachments, open pdf or zip documents, and create backups for your important files, you will slow down your ASUS Desktop. Simple tasks like opening or saving a word or excel file can take long time. Applications such as browser may become sluggish and your computer may take long time to start up. Our technicians know all the tricks of the trade to clean up and tune-up your PC so that it regains its past glory.
ASUS computers, in addition to Microsoft Windows are bundled with a broad range of software products, utilities, and tools. Some software like Windows Firewall or Backup & Restore utility is bundled with Windows. Other such as Microsoft Office and Antivirus are paid software you may have added. Still others like browsers or apps like Skype are free tools downloaded from the web. This software stack is becoming quite complex. You need someone like GuruAid who can help you make sense of the new feature-functions and guide getting the most out of your computer.
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