Computer sales and setup
Get your computer set up properly from the start
A new computer setup is not always straightforward when moving from your old faithful computer. Your old hardware, used daily for many years, has software, data and settings that must be transferred to your new PC. Not only does your data need to be transferred but software has to be installed on the new computer which cannot be copied from one to PC to another.
Programs such as Microsoft Office may need updating, whilst applications such as Outlook Express (which is no longer available) have to be upgraded to a new program such as Outlook.
QLine IT provides a premium and professional computer setup service
Perform the transition from old to new. Normally taking less than one hour, we will help with:
QLIne IT sell a full range of laptops and desktops along with printers, other peripherals and software such as Microsoft Office to complement.
We sell brands you will recognise such as Dell, HP and Apple (iMac and MacBook) as well as our custom-built PCs. Let us guide you to the perfect purchase and one of our experienced engineers can set up the new equipment in your home.
This setup service is available for home users in Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas such as Moortown, Alwoodley, Headingly, Hyde Park, Meanwood and Chapel Allerton.
Disposing of your old computer responsibly
Once you have transferred to your new PC, you need to decide what you want to do with your old computer. There a few options available:
In an age of the “throwaway society”, it is important to always try and recycle your trusty old computer. QLine IT can advise of charities who can use your old PC or recycle the parts.
Whatever you chose to do with your old PC, never dispose of the hard drive without destroying it first. The hard drive is the one piece of hardware in your computer that holds all the years of data input by you. Information from credit cards, your date of birth, addresses and much more. Even if you think the data has been deleted, it could still potentially be restored, which puts you at risk of identity theft.