From time to time, even the programs on Macbooks have their problems. Certain pieces of software can malfunction for a number of reasons. Sometimes it happens because of an update on an older system, or you might accidentally download something that’s not fully compatible with your computer’s configuration. And those problems are always annoying. If we wanted to have to triple-check everything to make sure it didn’t screw up our system, we’d just get a PC, right? But nonetheless, something slips through the cracks every once in a while, and our software needs repair.

So what do you do? You can’t just head to Fresno and pick up a new computer – and even in Fresno there aren’t that many techs who work with Macbooks – at least who know what they’re doing.

On the other hand, our Nerds have years of experience working with Macbooks. We grew up on these computers – we didn’t just take some class on how to fix Macbooks and pretend we know how to. We’ve lived the Macbook lifestyle for years.

If we fix your problem, that’s great. If we don’t – we don’t think you should pay. That just kind of makes sense, right? And if it breaks again shortly afterward because we didn’t actually repair the software fully? We won’t charge you to get it working. We’ve heard tell that some other companies…well…a lot of other companies don’t take that approach. That’s ok – they can do their thing. We want to do the best job possible, though, and if that means coming back over until your computer is exactly the way it should be, then we will do that at the lowest possible cost to you.

So if you need a Macbook Software specialist in Fresno, give our Nerds a call or click the chat icon below!

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