Posts In The Computer Hardware Repair Category

Right To Repair: The Act That Is Changing How We Preserve Devices

Each day, the amount of devices in our lives grows: from the tablet your child(ren) just had to have to the kiosks that you use to order McDonald's at lunch. Now more than ever, you're likely to have some device that isn't worki...
Monday May 7th, 2018

Night Of The Living Pop-Up

Picture it: you're on Facebook doing the usual—checking on family, clicking links to interesting articles that might come up in your feed, or even playing those (sometimes ridiculous) Facebook games. Out of nowhere, a window appea...
Tuesday March 20th, 2018

Work Smarter, Work Harder, Work Stations: The Custom Computer

We use computers for just about everything in the digital age, from communications to entertainment and everything in between—including a ton of work. So, when people need a computer, why do they just go out a buy a name brand compute...
Tuesday February 27th, 2018

The Virtual Tunnel You Never Knew You Needed: A Brief Guide to VPNs

A virtual private network (VPN) is a technology that creates a network-encrypted tunnel into your firewall, maintaining a level of security that is often important for businesses. This basically simulates an internal network connection thro...
Thursday February 1st, 2018

Crypto Miners Ate My Server

The news is filled with companies changing their names to things like “Long Blockchain” to boost their stock prices, and other seemingly ridiculous news stories as the financial word whips itself into a fervor over BitCoin, Cryp...
Thursday January 25th, 2018

PC Gaming: Custom Builds to Get You Started

Custom desktop PCs are something people seem to be very interested in but are intimidated by—between cost and the plethora of parts available, building a custom PC can be a headache, especially when keeping future upgrades i...
Tuesday January 16th, 2018

Why Choose Arrow Over WordPress?

One of the most common questions I get asked by new clients and consultants is why we use a custom Content Management System (CMS) in 2017 when there are widely available free and Open Source frameworks like WordPress. The answer is that Ar...
Tuesday November 21st, 2017

The Logitech G710 Keyboard - An Armor Review

Logitech G710 Mechanical Keyboard: An Armor Review Price: $120 (Newegg) $90 (Amazon) Features: Cherry MX Blue, high-speed mechanical keys Adjustable dual-zone backlighting Six programmable G-Keys, 3 Macro settings 26...
Tuesday November 7th, 2017

We have refurbished laptops, desktops, and more!

We have awesome refurbished laptops. Dell, Alienware, Asus Republic of Gamers, HP and more! Get yourself a nice refurbished laptop to get your work done. A refurbished laptop is less than half the price of a new one. If you lose or break a...
Wednesday November 2nd, 2016

Want to learn how to use a Server? Buy a refurb cheap!

Here at Snare we not only repair and refurbish desktops and laptops but we also build new servers and refurbish old ones. It is always good to have an extra server to test new systems you have developed and whether you are a professional or...
Thursday October 27th, 2016

We Can Recover I.T.

If you believe your hard drive is failing or you accidentally deleted data you need, turn your computer off and bring it to a professional. Continued use of the computer risks damage to the hard drive during failure or risks writing over th...
Saturday October 22nd, 2016

Is your slow computer worth keeping? Yes!

Your computer as a word processor, internet browser, and multifunctional tool is still worth keeping, it may just need a little optimization. Here at Armor Technologies Tech and Repair Shop we can take your old system that may just have pro...
Friday October 21st, 2016

Refurbed computers work too!

Armor Technologies Tech and Repair Shop offers refurbished computers. Many corporations and normal computer users abandon working computers in good condition after just three or four years of use. While this equipment may be outdated for th...
Friday October 7th, 2016

Turn off that computer!

Electronics have a limited lifetime.  If you are not using your computer, turn it off.  The energy saved could save you $20 a month.  This will also decrease the possibility of data loss.  The longer your hard drive is s...
Wednesday October 5th, 2016