PC Ninja is an affordable computer service provider for home users and small businesses. Located in Wyomissing, we currently serve the Berks County, PA area.
Who is PC Ninja?
What We Do
We live and breathe computers! We can help you with everything computer-related... setups, repairs, networking, custom computers, and more. Bring your computer to our shop, or let us come to you.
Can we help you?
Sure thing! If you have a sick or broken computer, need advice, need parts, are totally lost, need setups and networking, or would like a custom computer... give us a call!
We trust that you'll be happy with our service. If you aren't satisfied with us, it's free!
Latest News & Articles
Should I or should I not get Windows 10? That is the question. You may be aware that Microsoft has announced that on July 29, 2015, they will be launching the newest Windows operating system, Windows 10. Apparently, it is different enough from Windows 8.1 that they completely skipped a version 9 and are calling […]
“I’m from Microsoft and I’m calling to let you know we detected some security risks on your computer.” Have you ever received a phone call that began with a line like that? Have you ever allowed a technician you didn’t know take control of your computer remotely? Scammers are running rampant right now, calling as […]
Have you ever wondered how stop-animation movies are made? Now is your chance to use your creative talents and learn how to make one of your own! Campers will work in small, collaborative groups with a teacher to guide their planning and discovery. During the course of the week, campers will develop a storyboard, create […]
On Thursday afternoon, March 26, 2015, five bright high school students descended upon the Ninja Dojo (classroom) to take part in PC Ninja’s newest educational program, the Jr. Tech session. These tech-savvy students became the teachers for a group of computer users who wanted some assistance with various computer skills and settings. PC Ninja offers […]
Malware is commonly spread from software downloads not originating from the actual manufacturer itself. The malware is cleverly packaged (and hidden) within the software that you are downloading. This happens frequently when someone is using a search engine to look for a software program and clicks on the first few links that come up on […]