Residential Computer Repair

Residential computer deployments are one of our personal favorites. We truly enjoy going into different peoples homes and meeting them and their families. We always enjoy bringing the higher end tools and techniques of the network administrators to an average household. It's nice to tell them when it's done that they have powerful tools and privileges on their computers that nobody they know has. That is until they tell all their neighbors about how they can control their data and "go back in time" any time that there is a problem.

Leveling The Playing Field is one of our favorite things to do on site at a customer's home. We bring a laptop or two and give them a tour of how the hard drive is containerized (partitioned) and how we never have problems with viruses or spy-ware because we have separated our environment from our data. We have created a pristine restore of our perfect environment when we need to "go back in time" and it is helpful to show people this visually. This concept is talked about a lot on this website because it is the way to End The Virus Cycle.

We have worked hard at what we enjoy. It takes a lot of patience and energy to convey ideas that in the beginning seem daunting to virgin ears. We have great ways of correlating ideas with analogies.. They make everything so much clearer. We like sharing with people and we love the feeling of satisfaction when our company is able in a few hours time to give someone the highlights of what we have learned while enmeshed in this ever changing computer market place. In other words, we are very pleased when a new client's eyes light up and they understood something that they didn't before. That is very rewarding.

It is very important that we make sure someone understands the marketplace as well. There are many very bold and brazen mistruths out there in computer sales land. The retail market is full of products and services that help the consumer fail faster so more of the unskillful products and services can be sold. It's a disheartening self fulfilling prophecy. The retail market has a hold on at least 95 percent of the computer market. The 5 percent left over are so scantily scattered and making large sums of money staying stable themselves and using computer proficiency to become very wealthy. There are an even smaller few out of that bunch that administer networks. This comes at huge financial expense and what is more the tools and knowledge they have is often coveted and held for ransom. "Pay me and I'll fix it" seems like it explains a generation of geeks perfectly. Simply put, the retail market sells many products and services to consumers who are not AWARE and the smaller obscure group of individuals who are AWARE are charging large amounts of money to help consumers make decisions about purchases and deployment but not leaving anything lasting but a large bill to pay off. Fullyrealized LLC is driven to leave a consumer with much more than a well deployed but ephemeral system of computers, but moreover and most importantly lasting knowledge and understanding.

What we really enjoy doing is bridging the divide between the retail market and the copious and complex world of the network administrator. We try very hard to give the tools we use in business everyday to solve big problems into the hands of the retail consumer. In doing so we bring that consumer officially out of the retail market for good and into the land of "the knowing".

Please contact us anytime about our residential services. We are happy to answer any questions right over the phone.

About us

Our company is based on some very important underlying principles. In the university they taught all about ethics and morals. It was interesting to learn about them in a didactic way, but what separates Fullyrealized LLC from the others is a genuine intention to DO WHAT IS RIGHT.

Read more

News & Promotions

Windows 7 was surprisingly refreshing at the end and provided a level of stability close if not equal to that of XP. Windows 8.1 can be very manageable if set up correctly as well. Please refer to the Operating System History page to understand more. The history of Microsoft operating systems and the marketing strategy as well, help the consumer understand what operating system to purchase and deploy. XP is very stable still and will be for years to come. Windows 7 is quite a bit of fun and has a 64 bit offering to go with it so there are many great Microsoft choices available!

Read More

ServicesWhat We Have To Offer

Contact Info