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. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Latest News & Articles
In our last blog, we discussed the potential problem of eyestrain due to computer use. Hands and wrists are also susceptible to strain from hours of typing. Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) occur from repeated physical movements doing damage to tendons, nerves, muscles, and other soft body tissues. By making a few changes in typing practice, […]
Do you spend hours a day on the computer, at work, at home, or both? If you’re staring at a screen for hours on end causing eyestrain, you are at risk for developing CVS. Not to be confused with the pharmacy, CVS stands for Computer Vision Syndrome. Also known as Digital Eye Strain, CVS is […]
If you have a computer running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, you might have noticed the constant pop-ups alerting you that your operating system is eligible for the free upgrade to Windows 10. Microsoft released its newest operating system last July, and will be offering this free upgrade through July of 2016. Many have taken […]
Alert! Your computer has a virus! Do not shut off your computer, or you will risk losing your data! Call this number right away 888-888-8888. Have you ever seen messages like this pop-up on your computer screen? Maybe there were lots of pop-ups that suddenly appeared, windows you weren’t able to close. Or maybe loud […]
We are now one year out from when Windows Vista will be considered obsolete, with extended support ending on April 11, 2017. It’s been two years since Microsoft retired Windows XP in April of 2014, and those still using Vista will soon be in the same sinking boat. Vista, which was originally released on January […]