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clickMarlow.co.uk provides a friendly and professional technical service to small and medium businesses and to individuals requiring reliable and affordable help locally in Marlow and surrounding areas.
We're not a big company so you get a really personalised service from Brian Tibbels who will guide you through all the options available to resolve your problem in the most effective way. With over 20 years experience in the computer industry we have a broad range of hardware, programming and application software skills ranging from computer component replacement through to web programming and from custom software to broadband setup.
- Computer repairs & laptop repairs & upgrades
- Laptop service, system cleanup & disinfect
- Laptop, tablet & phone screen repairs
- Website creation and hosting, PPC, SEO
- Networking and broadband installation
- Practical Web Content Management
- Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) Setup
- Windows XP support and advice
- Data Backup & Recovery
- Amazon S3 Backup & Storage
- Google Applications & Email
- Data & Database Programming
- Microsoft Office / LibreOffice
- Antivirus advice & installation
- Parental controls & home network protection
We have the know-how and we also know why which allows us to provide a tailored solution for your particular situation or circumstance.
I'm now placing this information as a permanent notification as there are what I consider significant privacy issues and probable compatibility issues which are now widely reported in the press. I recommend that you do NOT upgrade to Windows 10 from either version 7 or 8.1. Windows 7 Professional is still available for installation and will be for some time to come so please contact me for details. Click here for information on how to remove Windows 10 Update reminders or drop your PC round to us and we can do it for you. WHAT A WASTE OF TIME AND EFFORT MICROSOFT!!!
Clickmarlow provides a highly responsive and cost effective IT service for small businesses and individuals. I have used them for several years in both capacities and highly recommend them. Clickmarlow are a real source of information for small companies/ sole traders and the IT illiterate. I would not go anywhere else.
Barbara - Maidenhead
clickmarlow still recommends Windows 7!
A little tongue in cheek I know, but if you are buying a new laptop as a retail customer you will probably get Windows 8 or Windows 8.1. There are laptops still available with Windows 7 but they are few and far between. One option that is open to you though is buy a laptop running Windows 8 Professional. These allow you to downgrade the operating system to Windows 7. We have successfully "upgraded" Windows 8 normal laptops to Windows 7 but I'm sure it invalidates any warranty - and you should allow for the extra cost of the operating system currently around £60.
Another option is not to buy a new laptop with Windows 8. There are lots of second user laptops in superb condition already with Windows 7 loaded available on Ebay. Look for laptops listed as "Grade A". A typical suggestion of mine would be DELL Latitude E6500 - these were business workhorses in their time and still give fantastic performance when memory is fully populated.
Prepare your computer for disposal.
We run a free computer decommissioning service for all established customers
. This involves stripping any reusable components out and erasing all data from storage devices. Destruction of the disk drive is available on request. This will give you peace of mind that your PC or laptop can be disposed of safely without any personal information being compromised.
Upgrading to Windows 10? DON'T
7 and 8.1 users will have noticed a small icon on the Task Bar inviting you to register for your Windows 10 upgrade which will be free to all users from the end of July 2015. I would advise all Windows 8.1 users to take this opportunity but wait a little while until the rush is over. All Microsoft releases are fraught with anomalies and you will do well to minimise your downtime by waiting a few months. For Windows 7 users I really think you need to evaluate the new operating system before taking the plunge. If you do decide to upgrade then ensure that your data backups are up to date. For those wanting to wait you might want to remove the Windows 10 nag from the Taskbar Tray. Download this zip file, unpack then run the batch file as Administrator (right-click - Run as administrator). JUST DON'T UPGRADE FULL STOP