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Who is PC Ninja?

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.

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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.

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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!

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Netiquette: Online Communication Tips

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Are you sure you want to say that? Do we really want a media page to be our go-to place for venting frustration? Is the picture of us complaining, fuming, or shouting from a soapbox really what we want the world to see? Let’s consider our etiquette on the web, sometimes called netiquette. Netiquette: Online […]

Unnecessary Toolbars as Malware

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A common feature of malware that can get installed on your computer is unnecessary toolbars. They can make your browser run more slowly, especially as it opens up since it takes longer to load the extra “features” along with your homepage. One of the primary goals of these toolbars is to generate even more malware […]

Unexpected Shutdown: How it Affects your Computer

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An unexpected shutdown can potentially harm your computer, which is why it is important to properly turn off your computer by going to the power options and selecting “shut down,” “restart,” or “sleep.” This allows the computer to make sure that any running programs are closed. If apps are still running, a notice will allow […]

Internet Security and Safety Course

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How can I keep my computer from getting a virus? How do I know if a link in an email is safe? If you’re asking these kinds of questions, you would benefit from PC Ninja’s Internet Security and Safety Course. Customers often comment on how difficult it seems to be to keep themselves safe online. […]

How do I know what operating system I have?

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What is an operating system? An operating system (OS) refers to the overall software installed on your computer that communicates with the hardware to perform the tasks the user initiates. It contains the fundamental files that allow the computer to boot up and function, as well as allowing other software to run. The two dominant […]