All the Mobile Geeks IT technicians offer a lot of industry practical experience and education and their credentials are cross checked using their previous business employers within this town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians and all of Home Office team that coordinate weekly duties are actually Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This means that any time you select our computer repair services you will not need to be confronted with unnecessary waiting around times mainly because somebody did not know the specific area of your suburb and the proximity to other neighborhoods and won’t have to waste time on the phone clarifying your address. Further, you wonrrrt need to waste your your time expecting the Geeks to work out how to locate your workplace or home and where to park the Geek mobile. Our lads understand their tasks as well as know how to reach you by the most efficient manner. We can easily support you with any kind of Computer Repairs needs. Be it cord less network install, e-mail Web server set up , Pc virus Removals, Firewall fitting, Internet Security or back-up and recovery service, Mobile Geeks can really make IT easy. All of our well trained computer repair technicians have solved many of IT issues before and will repair your web link, set up your home office, remove the virus and locate your vanished info without delay, professionally and, more likely than not, without the need of separating you and your personal pc.

Regentville Historical Note:

Regentville is located 56 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Penrith and is a part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Regentville is located on the eastern bank of the Nepean River, just south of Jamisontown.

The area we call Regentville today was once home to the Mulgoa Aboriginal people who spoke the Darug language. The first land grant in this area was to the Irish born surgeon general of NSW Thomas Jamison. Following his death in 1811 the land was taken up by his son, who was also a surgeon – John. Arriving in 1814 John quickly established himself as one of the colony’s wealthiest and biggest land owners. He built a sandstone mansion on a rise overlooking the Nepean River; he named this Georgian Style home Regentville in honour of the Prince Regent.

He established a tweed mill on his property, a dairy and horse stud.