Our Support Services
Primary PC Solutions offers a wide range of services for Home, Business and Education.
Our entire focus is on making your systems robust, scalable, easy to use and provide a return on your IT investment.
Over the years Primary PC Solutions have steadily built a solid reputation for providing robust IT Support services to schools.
We can help you out with many aspects of home computing, from installation of software, through to hardware upgrades and virus removal.
We offer a wide range of website services from Hosting to Design and Development, Social Media and Website Maintenance packages.
JARGON-FREE COMPUTER AND IT SUPPORT
We’re here to help you out, not leave you even more confused
At Primary PC Solutions we are very proud of our reputation which we have worked hard to build since our startup in November 2002. By adopting a friendly, jargon-free approach & listening closely to our customers we have built many close professional relationships with Schools, Businesses and Home Users.
We offer a variety of services ranging from home support and repairs through to business services including 24/7 monitoring and remote support through to Website Design.
Why not talk to us today and let us eliminate your I.T woes.
No Fix No Fee
If we cannot offer you a solution, you don't pay a penny.
Pop in and speak to one of our friendly staff members who are always happy to help.
We don't like leaving people hanging so we aim to give you the quickest response times we can.
GOING THE EXTRA MILE
Our staff go that extra mile to make sure that you're completely satisfied with our service.
Our Latest News
Catch up on technology news and reviews here!
After the success of finding an apprentice two years ago through The Cornwall Apprenticeship Agency, we’re at it again. We took on Samson Clark who is now a full-time member of staff here at Primary PC Solutions through this apprenticeship scheme and it has not only allowed us to gain an excellent staff member but it[…]
Custom Laptops – More trouble than they’re worth? Short answer – yes! Long answer is incoming… We’ve all seen these adverts or adverts similar to the one above, claiming to be able to give you a laptop that will exceed your expectations, blow the competition out of the water and otherwise cause small singularities to[…]
Hello everyone, It’s been a while since our last post and this is just a quick one but we do have more planned to come out in the not too distant future. We’ve got some reviews on the way and we’ve got a whole host of updates pending on the website itself so please do check[…]
Dell Venue 8 Pro – Review We don’t get a chance to review kit as often as you would think, so it’s refreshing when we get a chance to take some time to play around with some bits of hardware. This time around, we’ve been lucky enough to test out some tablet computing in the[…]
Primary PC Solutions are pleased to announce that we have just become Parallels® Bronze Partners! This means that we will be able to offer more services than ever before from a wide variety of products from Parallels®, a worldwide leader in cloud services enablement. We already use Parallels® Plesk®Panel for our web-server as some of[…]
be quiet! Silent Base 800 – It’s here! German company be quiet! known for it’s excellent power supplies, CPU coolers and case fans have finally released their case which has apparently been 12 months in production. The Silent Base 800 aims to achieve “the best cooling performance possible, at very low noise levels, while at[…]
Smartphones ain’t what they used to be… Welcome to the IBM Simon Personal Communicator! The world’s first smartphone that has just celebrated it’s 20th Birthday. IBM Simon went on sale to the public on 16 August 1994 and combined mobile phone technology with a wide range of computing features; it had a calendar, it could take notes[…]
Persistent pirates of copyrighted material (films, music, games etc.) will soon be receiving emails warning them that their actions are illegal. This warning system is a small part of an anti-piracy scheme to educate people on copyright and crack down on pirating. As of next year, up to four warnings per year will be send[…]
We’ve been here before… We get all excited about a new gizmo to take over the mouse and then when we use it, we find that it’s not quite as good as we originally anticipated. So for this episode of “Excited I.T Geeks” we’re going to try and let out the already overinflated hype-balloon. The[…]
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has recently stated that it doesn’t think that the current state of Broadband in the UK and it’s future plans are good enough. They also say that we need to rethink and re-prioritise our current plans to bring the broadband speed in the UK up to standard. They are[…]
Facebook finds itself under-fire once again for an unauthorised psychological experiment on nearly 700,000 users over a period of one week in 2012 . They had been manipulating news feeds to control which emotional expressions those users are exposed to. The research was done in in conjunction with two US universities to see if “exposure[…]