Computer Repair

Quick and Reliable Las Vegas Computer Repair

If you are facing computer issues, PC errors, system failure or other such problems, you need to call reliable computer repair center. All Las Vegas computer repair companies offer best computing solutions, while sure to save your time, effort and money. Neon Computerss offer prompt services to protect you from going through productivity loss. We offer quick, effective and budgeting services for residential and commercial computer issues. Most people come to us with problems such as virus attacks, malware and spyware infiltration. We offer licensed software for dealing with these computer attacks and make sure that you PC is clean from all viruses. We also offer network installation, maintenance and accessory repair services at highly competitive rates.

If you don’t have any computing problem and you simply want a good, clean and fast computer, you need to hire us as a professional computer maintenance services. Your computer hardware would be cleaned and software would be fully updated. Using us as your computer repair Las Vegas NV center, you can ensure seamless performance of your computer. Besides from repairing computers, laptops and other major devices, you can also find out computer accessory repair services such as for keyboard, mouse, printer, UPS, CPU and others. Neon Computers offers wide array of computer maintenance and support services for all types of Macintosh computers, laptops and PCs.

Neon Computers offers competent networking solutions including wireless network, Wi-Fi and even shared network. Neon Computers offer repair and maintenance services for computers, servers and other devices. We offer onsite and offsite services for hardware repairing, operating system failure, repair of servers and other at cost effective rates. You can just give us a call for hardware and software upgrading. As a computer repair company we also offer data backup and data recovery services on external devices or on CDs/DVDs. If you ever lose data due to hardware failure, you can bring the hard disk to our company and opt for data recovery services.

 

Neon Computers
Phone: (702) 240-6366
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6830 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89118

Servers – Types and Functionality

Have you ever wanted to be able to access all of your important files, music, photos, and more from all computers in your home from one central server? The solution is to setup Server at your home or office.

A server acts as a central repository for programs and/or data, letting employees access those things from inexpensive clients (terminals or workstations) that have a minimal amount of hardware, or remotely via a secure connection. Most also come with print server capabilities that let you share one or more printers over the network.

Storage & Database Servers

Some servers are designed to store files or databases so employees can access and store them in a managed environment. Serving files or databases this way helps prevent issues with multiple versions being stored and modified on multiple computers, and it simplifies backup and security, as all that is handled on the server. Storage servers are constrained by capacity. Buy one that accommodates all your files but still has plenty of room for backup storage and future files. Getting an expandable storage server that lets you easily add drives later is also a good idea, and a good way to save money is to buy one equipped with only the storage you need and then add drives later. Hard drive prices drop considerably over time even as their performance and capacity increases, so you can save a lot of money by holding off on storage upgrades. Database servers are restricted mainly by the number of simultaneous requests for data they can handle. When shopping for one, be sure to buy a server robust enough to handle all our employees and with enough expansion capacity to accommodate the growth of your business.

Application Servers

In a business without a server, employees have their own computers and software must be licensed, installed, and updated on each individual machine. An application server streamlines that by hosting applications such as Microsoft Office on the server. Employees then connect to the server to launch the software. This can cut down dramatically on licensing fees; reduces employee workstation hardware requirements because the server does all the heavy lifting; and makes it much easier to update, configure, and secure applications. Application servers also help you save money when new programs come out that have relatively high system requirements. When this happens, you can upgrade the server to meet the requirements instead of upgrading multiple PCs.

Email, Web & FTP Servers

Managing all types of Internet access is crucial for all businesses, and it is difficult to restrict usage or stave off threats across multiple separate PCs. Instead, consider an email server that lets you centrally control and store all employee emails, or an FTP (File Transfer Protocol) server that lets emplo es remotely and securely access files from the road. Web servers also exist that let you host your own company Web site. Many small businesses find that it’s easier to engage a reputable Web hosting company (which is up to date on the latest security techniques) than to host a Web site. A Web host handles the nuts and bolts of Web hosting but lets you configure the site. You handle the parts that matter to you and leave the rest to the Web host.

 

Neon Computers
Phone: (702) 240-6366
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6830 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89118

Windows 7 Parental Controls

As parents of Web-surfing children, we face a much more complex challenge than the one that TV posed to our own parents. TV provided a one-way media stream that was easy to control and monitor. Thanks to the Internet, today’s children are connecting to each other and strangers daily. Windows 7 provides some basic tools to help you keep your child safe when using your computer.

Basic Controls

Win7’s built-in controls let you set three important restrictions: the programs your child can use, the games your child can play, and the amount of time (and the time during the day) that your child can use the computer.To control these settings, click Start, Control Panel, and then click Set Up Parental Controls For Any User under User Accounts And Family Safety. Choose your child’s user account (or click Create A New User Account to make one on the spot) and then choose On, Enforce Current Settings. You can now manage the basic controls.

Windows Live Family Safety

Although Win7’s built-in parental controls provide a good foundation for protecting your children, you may find yourself wishing for features the operating system doesn’t include. That’s where Microsoft’s free Windows Live Family Safety 2011 (explore.live.com/windows-live-family-safety) comes in. The software locks your Internet browsers into their SafeSearch modes (to prevent inappropriate images and search results) and provides monitoring tools that help you confirm your child is behaving responsibly online. Download and install the software. Next, click Start and enter Windows Family in the search field. Click Windows Live Family Safety. A window will prompt you to enter your Windows Live ID and password. If you don’t have a Windows Live ID, click Sign Up to receive one free. Once you’ve entered this info, a window will ask you to select your child’s account for monitoring. At this point, you can configure settings for his account at familysafety.live.com. (The program provides this link for you.) This online security settings tool is handy because it means you can adjust the settings from any Internet-connected computer. It also means that you can view reports of your child’s behavior remotely. If you plan to check on your child’s activity regularly, you’ll like being able to access the Windows Live Family Safety settings anywhere, anytime.

The Best Defense

All this blocking and monitoring won’t protect your child when he visits a friend who has an unmonitored computer. Educating your child about appropriate online behavior is a key complement to the security that software provides.

Neon Computers
Phone: (702) 240-6366
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6830 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89118

What To Do When You Can’t Connect To Internet Via Wi-Fi?

Follow this simple troubleshooting guide to resolve this problem:

1 Locate the network icon in the bottom-right corner of the Taskbar. Right-click it and select Open Network And Sharing Center. If you see an exclamation point in a yellow triangle or a red X between your network and Internet icons, click Troubleshoot Problems. Next, click Internet Connections to run a diagnostic and follow any subsequent instructions.

2 If you have determined the issue is not software-related, check your wireless networking hardware, which should include a broadband modem (connected by your Internet service provider to a phone or cable jack), the attached wireless router, and a power source. Ensure that all cables are properly connected and that both the modem and the router are operating normally (consult the appropriate manufacturer manuals for detail information). If necessary, press any Reset buttons you see or unplug the power cables from both devices, wait 10 seconds, and then plug them in again.

3 If you’re trying to connect a hotspot or friend’s network, ask whether you need to enter a password. Many wireless networks are encrypted.

If all that doesn’t solve your problem, let us troubleshoot your PC or laptop network support!

Neon Computers
Phone: (702) 240-6366
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6830 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89118

Thinks To Do When Computer Is On But The Screen Blank?

Do the basics:

1 Unplug the monitor’s power cable from the monitor (and the wall outlet) and then plug the cable back in. Also, make sure the video cable is firmly connected to your computer and the monitor. Reconnect any unplugged or loose cables.

2 Is there a small colored light illuminated in the corner of your monitor? If not, push the Power button. Locate the Power icon, which looks like a circle with a line protruding from the top of it.

3 Open the monitor’s Brightness Settings. To do so, find the button on the front of the monitor that has an icon that resembles a light bulb or sun. Push it to see if the brightness level is set to a dim level. Increase the brightness to a comfortable level for your eyes.

4 Your PC might be in Sleep or Hibernation mode. To “wake” it and view your desktop, try pressing the ENTER key, moving your mouse, and pressing the Power button.
If all that doesn’t solve your problem, let us troubleshoot your PC or laptop for video issues or laptop screen repair!

Neon Computers
Phone: (702) 240-6366
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6830 S Rainbow Blvd Ste 150
Las Vegas, NV 89118