Computer Repairs Macquarie Fields

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairer servicing Macquarie Fields. We bring our geeks to you, offering you mobile computer repairs and IT managed support services to your office or home in Macquarie Fields.

Our Macquarie Fields computer technicians can install hardware and software, remove malware, perform data recovery, setup & configure new modems, setup smart home technology, diagnose your computer problems and perform many more computer repair services. For businesses looking for managed IT services, we offer remote IT support, small business server setups and support, remote offsite backups, web hosting, IT systems auditing, managed internet connection services, email exchange support, voice over internet protocol (VoIP) and Office 365 management. We can assist with all of your computer repair needs efficiently, confidently and with good attitude.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

Mobile Geeks deliver on-site experienced, guaranteed and helpful computer repairs to Macquarie Fields seven days a week.

Call 1300 883 021 if you want to talk to our Geeks straight away!

Macquarie Fields Historical Note:

Macquarie Fields is located 42 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Campbelltown and is a part of the Macarthur region.

The original inhabitants of the area were the Darug people of western Sydney.

Macquarie Fields was named by James Meehan an early landholder who wished to honour the governor of New South Wales – Lachlan Macquarie. James was transported to Australia as a convict; he was granted a full pardon in1806 and by 1810 was the assistant to the New South Wales surveyor general – Charles Grimes.

He was granted 2,020 acres of land in what is now Macquarie Fields and some of the surrounding areas, he grazed livestock, planted cereal crops and grew fruit trees on his land.

By 1883 new owner William Phillips subdivided the land to create a town he named Glenwood Estate, and in 1888 a railway station was built.