Our computers are more essential than ever nowadays, so make sure you’re able to avoid any serious problems with yours
Find out how with this FREE Guide from an expert computer repair engineer
Our computers are more important than ever nowadays. We use them for staying in touch with our friends, managing our online banking, running our businesses… The list goes on, but this means that it’s vitally important that we do everything we can to keep our computers running at peak efficiency.
Anyone who’s ever had their computer fail them at precisely the wrong time will know how frustrating it is, but I’d like to offer you a free gift to minimise the chances of you ever finding yourself in this position…
Just fill in your details in the form on the right to claim your free guide
I’m Bernard Hardman, founder of BH Computing in Preston, and I’d like to send you a FREE copy of my new guide “A Concise Guide to Maintaining Your Computer’s Health”. This guide contains all the most important lessons I’ve learnt throughout my career, including:
- Keeping your computer free of viruses and protecting your identity online
- Recovering lost data and salvaging damaged hard drives
- Making sure your computer is always running at peak efficiency
- Choosing the right computer for your needs, whatever your budget
In short, the kind of practical, no-nonsense advice I typically reserve for my paying clients. None of this requires any specialist knowledge to put into practice. In fact, I’ve even included a short glossary of some of the most important technical terms you need to understand!
Just fill in your details in the form on the right to claim your FREE guide. It really is as simple as that.
Once you do, I’ll put your copy straight in the post, so you can start taking steps to instantly improve your computer’s performance and security, no matter what you are using it for.
P.S. Don’t delay, as copies are in strictly limited supply and are already going fast!
Call us now on 0800 999 8044 to discuss your requirements and to book your individual consultation. Alternatively you can use the form on our contact us page or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org