All the Mobile Geeks IT experts come with several years of industry experience as well as proper training and their qualifications are usually cross checked with their previous employers in this town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians as well as most Head Office employees that schedule daily tasks actually are Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This is why any time you request our computer repair services you will not end up being subjected to unnecessary waiting around times due to the fact an employee did not know the exact neighborhood of your suburb as well as the proximity to some other neighborhoods and will not need to spend time on the mobile clarifying your home address. Further, you’ll not have to spend your your time waiting around for your Geeks to clear up how to find your workplace or home and how to park their Geek mobile. All the lads understand their responsibilities and recognize how to get to you in a most efficient manner. We will assist you with any sort of Computer Repairs needs. Be it cordless network install, e-mail Hosting server install , Malware Removals, Firewall program system, Internet Security measures or back-up and recovery services, Mobile Geeks really make IT easy. Each of our pro computer repair technicians have solved pretty much all IT issues before and they will take care of your web link, set-up your home office, eliminate the virus and locate your destroyed files without delay, professionally and, more likely than not, with no need of separating you and your personal pc.

Riverstone Historical Note:

Riverstone is located 48 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Blacktown. Riverstone is pronounced Riverston and is a part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

The area was once home to the Darug Aboriginal people.

As the lands around Sydney Cove were unsuitable for farming, and a few years had been spent in near famine conditions, efforts were made to find farming land in other areas. In 1803 a government stock farm was established in this area due to the abundance of grazing land and a water supply. Granted 2,500 acres in 1810 Lieut-Col Maurice Charles O’Connell named his land *Riverston Farm* after his birthplace in Ireland. The *E* at the end of the name first appeared in the 1860’s on railway timetables – it was a misprint that has become the accepted spelling.

In the 1880’s O’Connell’s widow subdivided and sold off most