Welcome To Hawks PC Repair

Privacy Policy:

Disclaimer

Hawks PC Repair is not responsible for the destruction of your personal property or any harm that comes to you through use of advice or information contained on our site and we will not be held liable for any damages. You understand that computer repair or maintenance is to be performed only by a certified technician.

Hawks PC Repair Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to Privacy

Hawks PC Repair is committed to protecting your personal privacy. We provide this notice to explain the type of information we collect on Web sites owned by Hawks PC Repair.

The Information We Collect

You may be asked to provide personal information to participate in programs or features of the site. These may include but are not limited to coupons, contests, surveys, forums and/or subscription. Your participation is voluntary and we will not require you to provide more information than is necessary to participate in any of our current or future Web site activities.

Parents and children

PCTechBytes, LLC Company does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 13. Children ages 13 to 17 must get the permission of their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) before making purchases, including subscriptions, on Hawks PC Repair sites.

The Way We Use Information

Hawks PC Repair Web sites may provide you with the opportunity to register on the site. Registration may be required to be eligible to receive savings offers, enter online contests or sweepstakes or receive specialized content. Hawks PC Repair may use the information you provide when registering to fulfill prizes.

When you register with our Web site, you may elect to receive information and updates on our products and services. You will always have an opportunity to decline receiving such communications.

We might use information you provide to better design our Web site and improve our marketing and our products.

We may disclose information when legally compelled to do so.

Unsubscribe/Delete

Hawks PC Repair gives users the following options for managing or removing their information from our database:

1. Send us an email: Send an email to service@hwakspcrepair.com. Be sure to include your name and clear instructions on what you would like us to do.

2.Call 780-838-4742

Our intention is never to use or share personally identifiable information provided to us in ways that are different than the ways described above without also providing you with an opportunity to "unsubscribe" or prohibit such unrelated uses.

Links to Other Sites

You should be aware that when you are on Hawks PC Repair Web sites you could be directed to other sites. There may be links to other sites that take you outside our service. This includes links from advertisers, sponsors, and partners that may use the Hawks PC Repair logo. These other sites may send their own cookies to users, or otherwise collect data or solicit personal information. Always be aware of where you end up. Check the linked site to locate its Privacy Policy, which may be different from our own. If the Hawks PC Repair Web site links you to any third party Web site, Hawks PC Repair makes no representation as to the existence, sufficiency, accuracy or completeness of its Privacy Policy.

Our Commitment to Data Security:

We take reasonable precautions to keep your personal information private and secure. However, we cannot guarantee the security of any information you disclose online, and you do so at your own risk.

Changes in Our Policy

We reserve the right to modify or remove this Policy at our discretion. If we decide to change our Privacy Policy we will post those changes here. You should visit this area frequently to stay informed.

Your Consent To This Privacy Policy

By using this Web site, you signify your assent to the Hawks PC Repair Privacy Policy. If you do not agree with any term in this Policy, please do not use this site or submit any personally identifiable information

Second-Party Links Disclaimer

We provide links to web sites operated by other parties. The links are provided for your convenience only. The presence of a link does not imply any endorsement of the material on the web sites, nor does it imply any association with the web site's operators. We do not control or endorse any information, products or services provided by third parties through these links. We are not responsible for the content and performance of these sites. Use of linked sites is strictly at your own risk including any risks associated with destructive viruses.

Copyright

All articles on hawkspcrepair.ca are protected under Copyright laws. Articles may not be reproduced without permission. If our content is stolen, we will take legal action.

Quick Computer Tips

Save a web page picture
To copy a picture from a web site on to your computer, right-click the image and select Save Image As or Save Picture As.

Change Desktop background
Right click on your Desktop and select Properties. Click on the Desktop tab, pick a new Background and click Apply to change your wallpaper.

Take a screen snapshot
Press Print Screen to take a snapshot of the whole screen or ALT and Print Screen for just the current window, then paste it into an image editor such as Paint to save it as a picture file.

Change how you view file lists
You can change how your files are shown in a folder by clicking on View then choosing between Thumbnails, Tiles, Icons, List or Details.

VHS to DVD Conversion

Your Videotape is Fading Away!

The Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) media is a relatively new format, really gaining acceptance with consumers only in the last 3 to 5 years. DVD is basically the next generation of the Compact Disc (CD), but with a lot more storage, 4.7Gb versus 800Mb, with CD. This has taken the digital age to the next level by allowing for it to enter the Home Theatre arena. With the new Digital Video Recorders (DVR) entering the market, the need for videotape, mostly VHS, has all but disappeared.

Believe it or not the picture quality of the tape degrades with each viewing. Transferring your videotape to DVD will stop this process dead in its tracks. A DVD can be played over and over again, with each successive viewing providing the same quality and clarity of the first and DVDs have a suggested 100-year lifespan allowing you to pass them down for generations. Also, the current generation of video processors allows for an existing videotape to be transferred to DVD with almost no loss in picture quality. This all means you need to react now before your videotapes fade away.

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Preventative Maintenance

Delete any unnecessary files like temp files, and empty the Recycle Bin on you desktop.

Defrag your your computers hard drive on a regular basis. To use the defrag program in windows, you can can start it by going: Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Disk Defragmenter.
When you start the program it will examine your hard disk. If it needs to be defragged, it will tell you.

Its always good to back up your data on a regular basis. If you have a CD or DVD Burner, you can save and back up files and burn them onto a disk. Save things like programs you may have downloaded. Such as games, software, music, pictures. Internet shortcuts can be saved into files as well.

Keep your computer protected by anti-virus and a anti-spyware programs. You want programs that can be updated on the internet. That way you get up to date protection.