Remote technical support: The best way of getting your computer problems fixed
Posted Jan 01 2013 7:11am
First, you spend a lot of money on buying a computer and the necessary accessories and then you must also bear the responsibility of maintaining it. PC maintenance include things such as installing a robust antimalware software to protect your computer from virus and other malware, updating the installed protective software regularly, preventing spillage of food items on the computer, and minimizing the exposure to dust. While all these steps are necessary, they are not too difficult or technical to perform. But what if your computer doesn’t boot, or starts performing poorly, or throws an incomprehensible error? In such situations, you must seek remote support.
Typically, computer errors occur due to malware infection or software issues. When a computer stops performing as it should, the user needs to first locate a good repair shop and then go for days, sometimes even weeks, without his/her computer. On the other hand, when you opt for a remote IT support service, all the help is delivered onto your desk. Remote IT support is given via the Internet and is well backed-up by regular telephone communication.
The user needs to initiate the whole process. He/she can do this by contacting and informing aRemote Desktop Support serviceabout the problem. Next, a representative of the service provider asks the user to give the permission to access his/her computer remotely. Once the permission is given, the remote IT support personnel accesses the user’s computer remotely through a remote terminal. The technician can take full control of almost every function of the client’s computer remotely. After the root cause of the issue has been identified, the technician takes the necessary steps to resolve the problem.
Remote access tools, such asRHUB remote support appliance, can be used for repairing a user’s computer’s registry, removing spyware and virus, installing and upgrading antivirus software, installing the correct software drivers, and installing the latest security updates. It needs to be pointed out here that remote IT support is mostly used for troubleshooting problems caused by software issues. They are seldom, or never, used for resolving hardware-related problems.