Computer Repairs Prospect
Computer repairs can be a hassle so Mobile Geeks are here to make IT easy. We are offering computer repairs and IT managed services to residents and businesses in Prospect with no call out fees.
With over 10 years experience in computer repairs and IT services, we have seen essentially all computer and IT issues before so there is no problem too intricate or complex for our team. Whether your computer or laptop isn’t booting into Windows or if you need a virus removed from your device, contact our IT Geeks. Our Prospect computer repair technicians can handle everything from setting up new computers to migrating data onto a new computer, retrieving lost and deleted files to backing up data, setting up email exchange accounts to email migration, hardware installation to software health checks, and everything in between. We guarantee our services and if we can’t fix it, you don’t pay.
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
- wireless networking
- computer training and user assistance
- email setup, support and migration
- small business IT support
- smart home automation setup
Mobile Geeks provides computer repairs and managed IT services to Prospect 7 days a week.
If you would like to book, contact our Geeks on 1300 883 021 or our online booking request.
Prospect Historical Note:
Prospect is located 32 kilometres west of the Sydney Central Business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Blacktown and is in the Greater Western Sydney region.
The suburbs get its name from a nearby landmark – Prospect Hill. Originally a settlement area for emancipated convicts, it later became a village. The Church and Post Office still stand in isolation between the M4 Motorway and the Great Western Highway. Prospect Village became the basis for the much larger parish of Prospect, which covered most of present day Blacktown. The Prospect of today is just one of many suburbs in the Blacktown area.
In 1808 William Lawson was granted 500 acres at Prospect, where he proceeded to build a large house he named *Veteran Hall*. He died in 1850 and the land was later acquired by the Metropolitan Water Board. In the 1880’s most of the property was submerged in what is now Prospect Reservoir.
Prospect is now home to Raging Waters Waterpark, Homemaker Prospect, Two Birds, Bean & Gone, Prospect Reservoir, Andrew Campbell Reserve, Prospect Hill, Nick Scali Clearance Outlet, Bunnings, Royal Cricketers Arms and many more retailers and restaurants.