No Neeed To
Be Terrified When Your Computer Goes Wrong.
Learn How To
Handle Problems Like A Professional.
From The Desk
Of ((Author Name Here))
Do you get terrified when your computer at home isn't working?
that your computer crashes or doesn't print especially when you're working
on an important project for your company?
It's hard to
believe that computers are so common in our society, yet few users know
what to do when they have problems with their ever-so important
take a degree in computing or a part-time course on how to troubleshoot
Back in the
working office, you have computer technicians solving all your problems. With any
questions you have, you'll just call the IT department and someone will
be there to help you.
is, they won't spend time to teach you what they did or explain in
detail what caused the problem. They're just too busy with
work and so are you.
But if you're
at home and you can't start up your PC, you're infected with a virus,
your computer is terribly slow or your files are missing -- who do you
You may have friendly neighbours who'll help you and get your PC up and running,
but wouldn't it be embarrassing if you've asked them several times
already? Would your neighbours suddenly stop answering the door when
they see you ringing the bell at night?
Technical With Your PC Does Not
Require A Degree
Well you'll be glad to know that being an
expert with your PC doesn't require you to get a degree in Computer
Studies. If you take the time to learn some basic PC skills, you'll never
have to call on your friendly neighbour or close friends
The reason why so many people are afraid of computers, is because they don't know what to do when the PC
isn't working. They just sit there and afraid to press any more keys.
There are no manuals that come with your PC to tell you how to
troubleshoot problems and how to upgrade your PC if needed.
So like the rest of the people, you'll just use your computer carefully
and pray that you won't have any problems. After all, it's going to
take time to wait for a friend to fix your PC. Especially when they
don't live near you.
So Much For A One Hour Job?
What would you do if your PC was very slow
all of a sudden, taking 5 minutes just to start up your computer?
What would you do if there's nothing shown on the monitor?
Is there anything you can do if you see advertisements popping up
continuously every time you surf the internet?
What if you suddenly found that you could no longer save photos from
your digital camera to your PC?
The solution many home users would take, is to carry the PC to their
local computer repair shop and pay hundreds of dollars for
less than an hour of service?
is not a mistake. There are many times when a technician only needs to
take around 10 minutes to find out what the problem is with the PC and
The crazy thing is, the owner of the PC doesn't know that. All they
care about is getting their PC fixed as quick as possible so that they can get back to work again.
Wouldn't you be gutted that you've paid someone hundreds of dollars for
fixing a 10 minute problem, knowing that you could have saved that
money by doing it yourself?
But damn it. You know you have no choice. You haven't got a clue about
computers and your only option is to get it fixed by a professional.
Can Be An Expert And
Save Hundreds Of Dollars
This is not hype. It's not a lie. You can
become knowledgeable with computers within 7 days -- enough to
troubleshoot most problems and be more confident working with your PC.
You just need to find a book that has no fluff, and gives you all the
specific details you need in order to do basic troubleshooting with
A book that will only show you what you need to know, simple
and quick to read and enables you to understand computers much more
than the average user.
Introducing the book...
Computer DIY Expert
This guide is written for the average
PC user, who is terrified of computers and is a computer idiot.
It contains information which teaches you what a computer consists of,
how to upgrade different components, how to troubleshoot common problems, how
to protect your PC and how to effortlessly reinstall your PC
If you think that you'll never
understand computers and have no chance in learning how to fix errors yourself, then think again.
The book, Computer DIY Expert, will change that.
You'll be confident when working on an important project with your PC
and will be over the moon once you start fixing problems by yourself.
After a while, you'll be receiving calls from other neighbours, crying
Inside the book, you'll discover:
- What kind of PC you really need for the tasks you're doing
are the essential components of a PC
each PC components work and if you need to replace them
- What to do if your PC is slow
before deciding if you need an upgrade
- The type of software you must
install on your PC
- How to re-install the whole of your
PC in under 2 hours
to know if you're taken for a ride by a technician fixing your PC
- How to speak to a computer salesman
- Advanced techniques on
troubleshooting your PC
much, much more…
So How Much Is It Going To Cost
Become Your Own Computer Expert?
With the amount of stress, time and
money that this book is going to save you,
it would make perfect sense if I priced it at $97. After all, a
computer technician will charge you at least a $100 for fixing
a simple problem.
Calling a technician for a visit to your
home, would cost much, much more.
However, I've decided not to charge $97 for
this guide. Not even half the price at $50. Since it's so effortless for
me to write this guide, since I know the topic so well, I have decided
to charge an affordable $27.
With the knowledge contained in the book, you'll have no problem saving 2 hours of stress when your computer goes
wrong. Those 2 hours are worth at least $100.
To make this purchase a no-brainer for you, here's
my money back guarantee that comes with