Windows or Mac? The Age Old Question

With a windows or mac question, we typically follow that up with our own question. “What are you looking to do with it?”. Windows devices are great for tasks like gaming and word processing. Mac devices are great for editing photos and videos. Mac devices also are a bit more user friendly than Windows and […]

Denver Computer Tech’s Guide to Backing Up your Financial Data

When it comes to backing up your financial data or for any “mission critical” data. You want to make sure that you have it in a minimum of 3 locations. Think on-premise, off-premise and in the cloud. With these 3 locations you will be able to have peace of mind that your data is backed […]

Guide to a Speedy Computer

If you are reading this, then likely you are wondering why your computer is slow and if this article will help you. It DEFINITELY will help you! But the root cause of most of the issues of slowness in computers is due to older hardware trying to process the latest and greatest content that the […]

Small Business IT Support

Small Business IT Services Denver Computer Techs help small businesses with their technology in many ways, from Managed IT Services to computer repair. We are both proactive and reactive, so that we can maintain your small business technology 24/7/365. Additionally, we provide on-site and remote support for small businesses. We also host IT business consulting […]

Denver Computer Techs Opens it’s Doors!

Denver Computer Techs has opened it’s doors for In Home IT Services in Denver, Colorado! We are a full service residential IT service provider. As a full service IT provider we help our clients with a wide range of different technology issues. Below are just a few of the most popular problems we run into. […]

Computer Viruses – 3 Ways to Prevent Them

Over 12 million people have had their desktop or laptop computers infiltrated by some sort of virus. It is called a computer virus because it makes your computer “sick” by taking longer to process information and running at a higher temperature than normal. It can then continue to replicate itself from your computer to other […]

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