Computer Repairs Campbelltown:
Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repair company in Campbelltown. We bring our Geeks to you, offering you onsite computer repairs at your office or home in Campbelltown. If you can’t send your e-mails, browse the Internet, or run your business it’s time to get Mobile Geeks computer repairers on the phone. Our IT Geeks are trained at virus removals, internet diagnostics, computer backups, data recovery, computer networking setup, smart home setup, email exchange support and setup and all things computer repairs and IT support related. Our qualified computer troubleshooters and repairers provide friendly, professional and efficient service so you know you are in safe hands. With over 10 years in the industry, we have provided computer repairs to Campbelltown servicing many individuals and businesses.
Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:
- computer services and maintenance
- computer upgrade advice
- internet security & firewall setup
- data backup
- data recovery
- computer networking
- virus removals for computers, laptops and Macbooks
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home setup
Mobile Geeks provide onsite professional, guaranteed and friendly computer repairs and servicing Campbelltown seven days a week.
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Campbelltown Historical Note:
Campbelltown is asouth-western suburb of Sydney. Campbelltown is located 51 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD.
Nowadays, Campbelltown is a commercial centre and a central business district for South Western Sydney and the Macarthur region.
The name Campbelltown comes from Elizabeth Campbell, who was the wife of former Governor of New South Wales, Lachlan Macquarie. Originally, the place was referred to as Campbell-Town, but later got simplified itto Cambelltown. the name was later simplified to the current Campbelltown.
The once lost herd of cattle was found by the Europeans in this area. The colonial administration was so keen for the herd to establish itself in the grassy plains that it forbade killing of the cattle or settlement in the area. But John Macarthur, who wanted to establish sheep in the colony, decided that he wanted the prime grazing land for that purpose. So, he convinced the British government to overrule the local administration and grant him 5,000 acres (20 km2) in 1805. Development of the township in the area was slow at first, however, it later took off. Campbelltown’s most famous incident occurred in 1826 when local farmer Frederick Fisher disappeared. According to folklore, his ghostly apparition appeared sitting on a fence rail over a creek and pointed to a site where his body was later found to be buried. To commemorate this incident, the Fisher’s Ghost festival is held each November in Campbelltown.