OMNINET Plus has been serving the Washington D.C. metropolitan area since 1994, providing IT Support such as technical help-desk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

3 Common Technical Issues We’re Here to Help With

3 Common Technical Issues We’re Here to Help With

There are times when you experience computer problems and you might hesitate to call in the big guns to resolve the issue. Unfortunately, the reality is that many businesses are under the impression that calling experts to handle their computer problems will leave them in a difficult position financially. We’re here to make sure that doesn’t happen! Here are three common computer repair problems that you might—just might—be able to solve in a simple and easy way.

Your Computer is Slow

Your computer could be running poorly for any number of reasons, one of which is that you might have too many applications open at once or too many web browser tabs operating. Basically, if you are trying to do too much on a device that can’t handle the amount of work, it’s going to be slow, period. A slow computer could mean there are some underlying problems, so it’s not a bad idea to have someone look at it. For a short-term fix, however, consider closing your apps so that the more resource-intensive tasks don’t produce too much slowdown, or restart your computer.

A Bad Internet Connection

Your computer might suddenly drop its Internet connection or slow down considerably, something which can cause a lot of problems for an organization that depends on cloud-hosted productivity applications like Google Workspace or Office 365. In the event you have a poor Internet connection, you can check the connection by clicking on the icon in the bottom-right corner of the screen. If you aren’t connected, then simply connect, but if you are, then there is likely a problem with the network itself. In this case, try restarting the device or your router.

Your Computer Makes Lots of Noise

Computers are machines, and as such, they have complicated internal parts and components that can go faulty when you least expect them to. If your computer suddenly starts making noises that it’s not supposed to be making, then you know for sure that there is something going on with it. You might have to replace certain parts, for which we definitely recommend you call OMNINET PLUS. This means that you don’t have to worry about whether you are hooking things up correctly or replacing the correct component.

You might be concerned about your technology budget not being able to withstand the brunt of getting the help you need, which is why we offer managed services. Thanks to this service model, you’ll never have to worry about breaking your IT budget and getting the assistance you need. Our managed service offerings give you all the help you might need with your technology management in accordance with a service level agreement. All you have to do is pick up the phone and get a hold of us; we’ll take care of the legwork and make sure your technology is in proper working order.

To learn more, reach out to us at 301-869-6890.


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