Just as cars and trucks, personal computers surely are a part of daily living and if they run like expected to, you take it for granted… Yet, very much like motor vehicles, computers can certainly malfunction when you least expect and when you can least afford for this to occur.
Our computer technicians take great pride in themselves on their own specialist trade know-how, abilities as well as capacity to take on whatever computing device service or computer maintenance issue. Mobile Geeks have got what it takes to fix general computer problems or even those unique hairy ones which happen once in five-years and have everybody scratching their heads. Hence, in case you have a problem, it’s no doubt we’ve experienced it many times before, placing Mobile Geeks in the best position to provide your computer service and maintenance needs and make the problems vanish entirely.
Glenorie Historical Note:
Glenorie is located 44 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the Hills Shire and is part of the Hills District
The Durag people were the original inhabitants of the Glenorie region, and were also known to inhabit most of the greater Sydney region.
Glenorie was originally part of the Dural area and also later known as North Dural. This caused some confusion for the post office, so a local resident William Black in April 1884 offered the local postmaster a choice of two names for the area. Glenorie and Hazeldene. Glenorie was named after a town in Scotland, it was chosen as the local progress association had supported it as a new name.
Glenorie has still been able to keep its rural charm, despite being next to some of Sydney’s major suburbs such as Hornsby and Castle Hill. Both offer its rural neighbour all the necessary services.