Computer Tune-Up Support

If your computer is not performing the way you know it should, PC Protector can help. Our computer tune-up service will optimize your computer’s performance to the best it can possibly be. PC Protector takes a detailed and personalized approach to optimizing your system

You likely need a tune-up if your computer is exhibiting the following symptoms:

Sluggish response
Hangs or freezes during tasks
Slow system load time
Programs crash
Error messages

We connect to your computer remotely over a secure internet connection and perform a complete system overhaul. We go through a detailed computer wellness process that includes the following:

Removal of anything that is unnecessary or slowing down the computer
Cleaning out all of the junk that builds up over time and is just taking up space
Execution of a full malware check and removing all malicious items
Completion of a system security assessment to ensure that your system is protected
Installation of important updates to your operating system

FACT: Junk files and unneeded registry entries build up over time that should be properly removed. Your computer needs regular maintenance

PC Protector recommends that computer tune-ups be performed at least a few times a year on all of your computers and devices, just to ensure that they are running at their full potential. Regular tune-ups can prevent small issues from turning into bigger ones, and can save you the endless aggravation of struggling with poor computer performance, responsiveness, and functionality. Far from being just ‘nice to do’ from time to time, regular maintenance of this sort can extend the life of your technology for years to come. With just a few simple tweaks from the experts at PC Protector, you will be saving time, money and eliminating the need to splurge on a new device.

Don’t write off your computer just yet! Call PC Protector to schedule your computer tune-up today. Tune-ups are included in both our monthly and yearly plans at no extra cost, so you will never have to think twice about doing what’s best for the health of your technology