JB Computer Repair provides affordable technical onsite and remote support for individuals, small and large businesses in Tucson, Arizona and other markets. Regardless of you computer or wifi needs, we can provide the technical support to get things running smoothly and keep them that way.
We offer hourly rates with free pick and delivery. We also offer an affordable fixed rate for virus removal and data recovery service. Unlike big box stores with low quality service, high prices, and pushy sales reps, we strive to provide the best service available at a fair price.
Over the last few years the use of wireless networks have exploded. Wifi was first invented in 1997, after the creation of the committee called 802.11. Initally, wireless networks were expensive, buggy, slow, and not very secure. The wireless routers and modems offered today from Netgear, Apple, Linksys, etc; are a lot faster and provide various security capabilities. You have the options of cable or DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) "technology that brings high-bandwidth data to homes and businesses via a ordinary copper telephone line. XDSL refers to several variations of DSL (ADSL, HDSL, and RADSL.)" Our high performance wifi upgrades can increase your current "ISP's" (Internet Service Provider's) wifi proficiency. The most common "ISPs" are Cox, Comcast Xfinity, Centrylink, Time Warner Cable, Verizon and Charter.
The first personal computer virus was created in 1982. "Elk Cloner", as it was called was written for the Apple II system. The first PC virus was created in Pakistan in 1986 and was named "Brain". Since then computer viruses and malware have run rampit. There are various types of infections that do everything from disable your wireless network adapter to steal your banking and other personal information. The newest and most dangerous infections today are ransomeware viruses. These viruses place a perpetual block or threaten to publish a victim's data unless a ransome is paid. WannaCry is the most well known of these types of viruses. This infection attaced the world from May 12, 2017 to May 15, 2017 and claimed over 200,000 victims. There were over 180 million ransomeware attacks last year.