Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 8, 2007
FixMeForFree.com, based out of Florida, is announcing it's free service for users on the web. Effective Saturday December 8th, 2007 Fixmeforfree.com (http://www.fixmeforfree.com) is officially going live and will be taking its first customer 12PM EDT.
Fixmeforfree.com is a free service offered by one individual who will be taking the time to offer their expertise in the industry. The service is primarily designed for those who can't take their computer in during normal business hours or can't afford a technician to come to their house. The idea of this service is to provide a convenient way to provide a service to the public for free. This will allow anyone who works long hours to have the capability to still get support.
All support will be provided remotely (through the internet) with a secure application. This application has the same security as banking or credit card site would. With this capability, the technician can control your computer with a secure connection and fix almost any problem. Each problem is unique, but most importantly, a high-speed connection will be necessary. Without a high-speed connection, the technician will be unable to view or make changes to your computer. Any customer with DSL, Cable, Satellite, or fiber will have the ability to have a remote technician provide support.
Fixmeforfree.com hopes customers will take advantage of this service come the following weeks.
To learn more about this, contact Fixmeforfree.com or visit