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    Computer Doc Andrew Ting, MD, Offers Complimentary Computer Checkup

     
    When it comes to your computer’s health, Dr. Andrew Ting believes in the importance of regular checkups. As a result, Andrew Ting, MD is offering a free computer checkup to anyone who is interested.
    According to Dr. Ting, many computer users do not realize that there is something wrong with their computer until it is too late. “It happens quite often that a computer’s function is significantly impacted by easily correctable issues,” said Ting. “It seems that many people just choose to deal with this impaired function as it slowly gets worse. Most of the time, these problems can be fixed quickly and easily, and will return the computer to its normal level of functionality.”
    Dr. Ting, who is known in the computer industry as “The Computer Doc,” is offering the complimentary checkup so that he can help educate computer users about how some of these issues can negatively impact their computer’s function. “The goal is to make people aware that computer repair is not always a major and costly endeavor. Most of the time, we are talking about a quick and simple fix.”
    The complimentary checkup includes various diagnostic procedures that will help determine how efficiently the computer is functioning. Dr. Ting will then be able to analyze his findings to determine whether repairs or improvements, if any, are necessary. “Most people do not realize how well their computer is supposed to work,” said Ting. “Computer users, especially in this day and age, should not have to put up with a computer that is not functioning optimally.”
    The service that Ting is offering is quite a value for customers. Similar computer checkups can prove to be quite costly from Ting’s competitors, but Ting seems to be more interested in assisting his customers through education. “The most important thing for me is that people understand the value in maintaining their computer’s functionality,” said Ting. “With regular maintenance, these computers can perform very well for a number of years.”

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