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As far as COVID is concerned we've gone back to normal business practices. NOT the "new normal" that some people in government had their sights set on but the pre-COVID normal.
It's not clear if Brandon's vaccine mandate will pass constitutional muster in the courts and force small employers like us to submit to vaccination or force our employees to submit in order to keep their jobs but knowing all there is to know about these vaccines as well as our constitutional rights, WE WILL NOT COMPLY.
If you've driven by our shop recently you may have noticed the school buses we've recently acquired. They're part of the expansion of our computer recycling operation. The big bus is basically a storage shed on wheels and the small bus is being outfitted as a mobile workshop.
Feel free to bring in your old electronics for free recycling and keep in mind that we can recover data from your computers in most cases for a nominal fee.
For more updates and info please check out our Facebook page.
Rob is back - just in time for the influx of Back-To-School sales and service madness.
Also just in time is our success in procuring 60 Dell Latitude laptops that we are refurbishing with brand new Solid State Drives. Have a look at our Facebook page for a glimpse at out latest inventory.
The stork is bringing a bundle of joy to our senior technician's household and that will require a certain amount of family leave.
We won't be able to accept as many computer repairs as usual and for the rest of the summer we will be closing on Friday and Saturday. If those are the only days you can make it to our shop, don't worry, we will try to set up an appointment for either of those days if necessary. Thank you very much for your patience.
We're still here.
Still with shorter hours.
Still respecting our customers safety concerns ...which seem to be shrinking.
We still do road calls and the same curbside service we were offering even before this COVID crisis.
The biggest problems we're facing are being caused by all the other businesses we rely on that are shut down. We're finding it increasingly difficult to replenish our inventory but the good news is that we are turning around computer repairs in record time. So come on in, the AC is fine :)
Beginning April 1st we will be encouraging* people to pay for their computer repairs by way of a credit card over the phone. This will eliminate a couple of points of contact; We won't have to handle your card and you won't have to handle our pen. *NO MORE 4% SURCHARGE FOR CREDIT CARD PURCHASES.
We've also been combining the phone payment option with a curbside pickup of your repaired computer if you like.
Beginning April 1st we will be opening at 10:30 am and closing at 5:00 pm weekdays until further notice. Saturdays we'll still be here 10:30 to 2:30.
We've been very diligent in wiping down all door knobs, keyboards, mice, faucets, toilet flush levers and such to keep us all as safe as possible.
I would also like people to know that we have always done road calls for certain types of repairs and that for customers who are not able to carry their computer in from the car, we have always offered to meet them in the parking lot and take their repairs in from there.
So dealing with this coronavirus is really not much different from business as usual here.
Also note that if you have purchased your computer from us or had repairs done by us in the past, you'll likely notice a program icon on your desktop for "TEAM VIEWER". It's a remote access app that can enable you to have us do certain types of repairs without bringing the computer to the shop.
But please BE AWARE that you should NEVER allow remote access to anyone but technicians you have an existing relationship with.
Thank you and God bless you all.
If you need to work from home with a laptop connected to 2 or even 3 external LCD screens, Greenbush Computer Fare has what you need and you don't have to break the bank to do it.
Here in this pic we have a refurbished Dell Latitude e6430 laptop docked into a Dell e-Port docking station with 2 Dell 19" Dell UltraSharp LCD screens.
All of our Dell Latitude eSeries laptops have this capability.
Desktop computers are more easily adapted to use with multiple screens because their video cards can be upgraded. This is a Dell Optiplex slim desktop model with dual Dell 19" UltraSharp LCD screens setup in portrait mode. Dell UltraSharp monitors are one of only a few lines of monitors that can be rotated between landscape and portrait modes. Portrait mode works well when your working with long
Most laptops have at least 1 port for an external monitor. This Dell has 2 to choose from - an analog VGA port and a digital HDMI.
The laptop screen is showing the Windows 10 Classic Start Menu desktop and the external monitor is arranged in "extended" mode. Extended mode allows you to have different programs open on each screen.
You can also arrange the external monitor to "duplicate" the laptop