If there is one thing you should not be doing when this happens, it is this. You do not panic. For goodness’s sake, do not panic. Let it be known that the way computers are configured these days, it would be a rare occurrence should this ever happen to you. And rest assured that if you are an isolated worker, you are working from home, for instance, and you’re not connected to a wider network, so to speak, such a malfeasance should be even scarcer.
But such things do and can happen. So, what do you do when your computer crashes. You know now that you do not panic, that’s for sure. But what do you do in the meantime? You can’t fix the ruddy thing all by yourself. And forget about asking the neighbors. True as Bob, they know half what you may already know about your old PC. You probably know by now that you need true computer repair and support.
But where to find the support you need at this time? Your computer’s not working, so you don’t have access to your internet server. Actually, you do. What self-sufficient entrepreneur is not operating from his smart mobile device these days? Certainly not you. So there you go. No panic, no sweat. On to the internet you go. While it’s true that qualified and experienced IT engineers are able to work remotely, it’s still going to be a good idea that you locate someone local.
And you can do that on your mobile so long. You tap into a list of local service providers. Aim high and look for the service technician with the best published record. Look for credentials and see what other guys are saying about his service.