360 Degree PC Support Service In New Zealand

We are here to help you with everything related to PC support. Contact us for installing software, uninstalling software, speed testing and internet connectivity. We are expert in providing steps which will guide you through the process.

Our range of PC support services is especially dedicated to help amateur users. We have team of professionals, who hold years of experience in dealing with software related issues and boost the PC optimization.

Contact us for PC support services on all working days. We are happy to resolve your computer problems. For your convenience, we have formulated the basic steps for resolving desired PC error. Feel free to dial our New Zealand helpline number for seeking quality assistance.

Install Software:

Step 1: Open “My Computer”, Then open the drive that contains the installation files, for e.g. If the file is in E dive open E drive and locate the file.

Step 2: Within that drive locate the executable setup or install file, click on it. It will start the installation.

Uninstalling the Software:

Step 1:Click on the Start button, then go to “Control Panel >> Programs >> Programs and Features”.

Step 2:Select the program you want to uninstall and then click on “uninstall”.

Speed Testing:

Step 1: Go to Start menu and then search “network”, click on it

Step 2: Click on “View Status” and then you can check your internet speed.

Step 3: There is another method of testing speed on your internet browser just type “internet speed test”; it will give you options through which you can check your internet speed online.

How to connect to the Internet on PC:

Step 1: For that you need to plug-in your Ethernet cable to your CPU and then on the right bottom corner you will see that you are successfully connected to the internet.

Step 2: If you want to connect wirelessly then turn on your wifi and in the right bottom corner you will see a connection symbol click on it and then search for your SSID

Step 3: Click on your SSID and then click on “connect”, it will then ask your security key. The SSID and the security key is mentioned at the back of your modem until you have not changed it. Enter you security key and then you can use internet on your PC. Dial New Zealand PC support number for any kind of assistance. Our professional executives are waiting to assist you.