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Have you ever looked at online computer ads, or the shelf at the local Big-Box Retailer, and said "They Don't have exactly what I want/need!" - If this is the case, a Custom Built Computer may be the right solution to the problem.   The 1st step in a Custom Build is determining the exact client's needs. In my "Daily Driver", I knew I needed 4 Monitors in a 2x2 Configuration. This particular graphics setup is a fairly limiting criteria when it comes to buying a graphics card.    Instead, the less expensive option is the use 2x Graphics cards, with 2 outputs each. The prerequisite for this setup is a Motherboard with 2x PCI-E Slots.    This is just one example of why every custom build Must have an experienced advisor.    If you want the pride of building your own Computer, you can hire me for product selection on the front-end, usually about 1 hour with a shared or Wish List,... read more

Working at a college IT help desk, I have found that many people choose to not seek help when it comes to technology, as they are ashamed of how little they know about it. However, technology gives to us so many new and fun opportunities to learn, communicate, and play! As I am growing up in an age where new and exciting technology has become the norm, it is sometimes hard to remember that there was a time when all of these luxuries did not exist. Most people would rather not use it, but they miss out on a vast amount of new knowledge. That's why no one, no matter their age, should be afraid to ask for help. While new technology is sometimes easy to pick up and learn, it isn't always as easy to troubleshoot and fix. This doesn't mean that one should get frustrated. Instead of worrying about calling a help center and waiting on hold for "the next available representative", it's never too late to learn how to fix it yourself! 

I offer every student and/or every parent to rate my lessons. As a result, quality of my lessons is not that hard to guess. I offer the most respectful attitude to my clients. The result of that attitude is a very positive feedback. I like to tutor people of any age. The result of that is a wide range of student from various communities. I love to explain and converse with my clients instead of telling them what to do. The result is they want me back. I do not like procrastinators. The result is there is no blame game.

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