Lincolnshire MacBook Support
Local Apple Mac Training
Supporting the local community of Apple devices
Local MacBook Support – Apple Mac home support
An Apple Mac or MacBook is a brilliant device. It’s lightweight and among the most popular of ‘laptops’ and desktop units on the market. They can be purchased from Apple’s website. We are here to support you in using one – as if you are not familiar, they can be a daunting device to use, particularly if you are mostly a Windows user.
The Apple MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are all similar, but have their own difference. While a MacBook Air is very light weight and more plastic, the Pro is more metallic but very fast. We can support you I using the filing system, iCloud, Office 365 and much more.
Disclaimer: We are not affiliated with Apple. We merely have the knowledge and skills to teach you locally, how to use the devices.
Apple Support Costs
We appreciate support from Apple directly is free (unless work is needed). But this often entails a journey to their store, unless you can get help from their online support at https://www.apple.com/support. We are here when you need direct help, right now. We are not Apple affiliates.
- One off first hour charge
- Every 30 mins thereafter
How much is Macbook Support?
For MacBook, we charge £40 for the first hour, and £20 per hour thereafter.
We feel this is a unique and very fair way of charging.
Got a quick burning question?
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Learn how to use Email on Windows Mail and Outlook
Emailing is one of the main things people do on their computers and laptops. If you are a little unsure about it, we can teach you how to compose, reply, forward, and even Copy and Blind Copy (cc & bcc) your emails. Attaching your files, locating your files, and even printing emails.
Do you want to Skype or Facetime?
With people living apart, but with very easy access to the Internet, we can help you create an Skype/Microsoft account, install Skype and get it working. Advise on a webcam if you don’t have one, install it and get you talking… and seeing!
Anti Virus Software: which is best?
We generally advise on software we have used and found to be reliable. We do not however install AV Software as a rule, as if we did and you had problems, it would be down to us. We therefore advise taking it to a store for AV issues.
What we don’t do …
We are not specialists in fixing your computer if you have a virus. These are handled by specialist IT people who can access areas of your machine and investgate the cause behind such a problem. Our specialism is in training – teaching you how to do things. We can often help fix issues with software, but we are not anti virus firewall support specialists.