Sacramento Computer Tuneup Service

Remember when you first brought your computer home from the local Sacramento Fry’s, set it up, and it ran so smoothly, like a barrel over Niagara falls? The years have passed and what once seemed so futuristic and efficient has now degraded into a machine that feels a little bit more like old gum you find on the bottom of your shoe, while walking in Sacramento– slow, sticky and unappealing? What you need is a computer tune-up to turn your old gum shoe back into that slick machine you enjoyed years ago.

Nerds On Call is happy to do that for you! We have years of experience in tuning up computers – most of our Nerds started as kids, learning the ropes on our parents’ computers. So we’ve had a lot of time to learn how to work out the bugs that computers invariable are affected with.

Here’s a joke: What’s the difference between a computer and a fish?

You can tune-up a computer, but you can’t tuna-p a fish.

Nerds aren’t the best at telling jokes, but at least we know how to fix computers.

And with our online support system, we can even help you get your computer fixed without you even having to leave your house. For almost any problem that doesn’t require us to physically replace a part, we can troubleshoot and repair your computer online through our online support program. Just connect to one of our friendly Nerds through our website and you can be up and running again in only a few hours, if not a few minutes!

So give us a call or click the chat icon below to find out how our local, Sacramento Nerds can help your computer get running as fast as possible!

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Questions nerds often hear about Sacramento Computer Tuneup

Is Computer Tuneup Sacramento expensive?

Every computer problem is different. We give free estimates so you can get a good idea of exactly what you need.

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Common Terms

Start­up I­tems

Every time your computer starts, the biggest piece of software it turns on is the operating system. However, the operating system loads a lot of other programs that it thinks you will use. These are called startup items and run every time you turn your computer on


Files are stored on your disk in sections. Your hard drive does this to save space and speed, but over time gaps can appear and your hard drive takes longer to find the data on it. Disk fragmentation is an issue on older systems, but new computers automatically defragment themselves

Win­dows Reg­is­try

The system registry is where Windows stores all of the computer’s settings. Not just the settings you choose, but other things like the color of window shadows and the location of certain files.