In the modern world we are getting so dependent on electronics that if your laptop or computer malfunctions, all of your everyday life is can malfunction as well. Once your laptop or desktop will not perform well to its top efficiency or completely fails and you are also no longer able to send mail messages, browse the world-wide-web or a go about doing your business or accomplish the necessary tasks – it is the time to call up computer repair specialists. Mobile Geeks are able to assist every single one of your computer repairs needs skillfully and competently. Within our business enterprise, the proverb, ‘The Client is Always Right’ is always alive and well. All our computer repair techs are systematically assessed but not only on their industry knowledge, on their customer service qualifications as well!

Mobile Geeks are a really proud Sydney business which has been attending to the computer repair needs of this capital city for many years. Over the years, we certainly have brought many computer repairs and maintenance services in Bayview covering anything from pc virus removals, data files back-up along with restoration, system installment and email set up to wifi network, VOIP as well as terminal hosting server development.

Our company is devoted to our Bayview business and individual customers and we look forward to Making IT Easy for you.

Mobile Geeks will offer you on location specialist, assured and cheerful computer repairs and maintenance 7 days every week. Call 1300 883 021 to speak to our Geeks today.

Bayview Historical Note:

This northern Sydney suburb is located 31 kilometers north of the Sydney central business district. Bayview is part of the Northern Beaches region and is under the local government area of Pittwater Council.

Bayview got its name from the descriptions of its location – providing a *view* across Pittwater. Taking a short journey of exploration from Manly to this area in March 1788 Governor Arthur Phillip named it Pitt Water after the Prime Minister of  the United Kingdom – of that time William Pitt. In 1792 Captain John Hunter prepared a map of all the areas inlets and bays.

Patrick Bryan was one of the first settlers building a house there in 1821 on the current site of the Bayview Golf Links

Off Pittwater Road – on the water side a lot of tetrahedron *Tank Traps* can be found. These are little known remnants of WW2 defences along Sydney’s Northern Beaches.