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Specializing in computer repair, website maintenance, website design, virus removal, malware removal, computer tune-ups and many other computer related services:

JK PC Services is your local computer repair and service for home or business located in Howell, MI. (248-914-8857) info@jkpcservices.com

JK PC Services offers computer repairs, computer tune up's, and many other computer and website related services for Howell, Brighton, Hartland, Fowlerville, Hamburg, Pinckney, Whitmore Lake, Oak Grove, South Lyon, Fenton, Holly, and all of Livingston County and the surrounding Livingston County areas.

You may drop off your computer or laptop with JK PC Services or arrange for a pickup.

On-site and Remote Repair services are also available.

Please call, email or fill out our service request form.

At a glance

PC Tune Up'sPC Tune Up's
Virus RemovalVirus Removal
Spyware RemovalSpyware Removal
Malware RemovalMalware Removal
Software InstallationSoftware Installation
Website UpdatesWebsite Updates
Website MaintenanceWebsite Maintenance
Website DesignWebsite Design
Disaster RecoveryDisaster Recovery
Computer DiagnosticsComputer Diagnostics
Computer TrainingComputer Training
Software TrainingSoftware Training
Memory UpgradesMemory Upgrades
Memory UpgradesLCD Screen Replacement
PC OptimizationPC Optimization
NetworkingNetworking
TutoringTutoring
Blue Screen of DeathBlue Screen of Death
Xbox Red Ring of Death
Routine MaintenanceRoutine Maintenance

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JK PC Services offers computer repairs, computer tune up's, and many other computer and website related services for Howell, Brighton, Hartland, Fowlerville, Hamburg, Pinckney, Whitmore Lake, Oak Grove, South Lyon, Fenton, and all of Livingston County and the surrounding Livingston County areas

...just rebooting your computer solves many problems.
Among many things, rebooting will help Windows refresh and manage your computer memory. Rebooting once a day or once every couple of days will help keep your computer running smooth.

...turning off your computer at night is a good thing.
If you're not using your computer for a long period of time (for example, at night), it is a good idea to shut it down. This helps minimize internal dust accumulation and also saves electricity.

...your monthly routine maintenance minimizes professional care.
If you simply perform a weekly or monthly tune-up by doing a disk cleanup, virus and spyware scan, and defragmentation, you significantly reduce the chance of having more serious problems with your computer.

..."Safe Mode" is a good way to start troubleshooting problems.
Safe Mode is a special, reserved area for Windows to load when you experience a system error or critical problem that interferes with the normal operation of the Windows software. Safe Mode allows you to safely troubleshoot why Windows is not functioning correctly. You can force Safe Mode by pushing the power button on your computer then continue pressing the F8 key until you get the black "safe mode" screen. The option of using safe mode without networking is generally the best option for troubleshooting and diagnostics. To exit Safe Mode, simply reboot your computer and allow it to load normally.

...what is the definition of "Malware"?
Malware is short for "malicious software". It is a software that is designed to infiltrate a computer system without the owner's consent. The following are all classified as malware; computer viruses, worms, trojan horses, spyware, adware, crimeware and rootkits. The intent of malware is to inflict harm upon your computer and or steal personal information such as your bank account information. Viruses and Spyware are two of the most wide spread malware's on the internet today. Some of the most common ways of infecting your computer can be through email, the internet, and downloading files, along with many others. Resulting in slow performing computers, leaking confidential information and an unusual amount of popups.

...where the term "computer bug" originated?
The term "computer bug" was first used in 1945 when a real bug (a moth) short-circuited an early computer used at Harvard University. The technicians of the computer said they had "debugged" the computer. Since this time, the term "bug" has remained the term used for computer software related flaws, mistakes, failures, and issues.

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