Our IT 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 quick 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.
Primary PC Solutions 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 IT 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!
We’re after another Apprentice! After the success of finding an apprentice last year through The Cornwall Apprenticeship Agency, we’re at it again. We took on Kieran Williams 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[…]
5D Storage – A major breakthrough in storage capability You may recall a story we reported on back in 2014 about some the monster cassette storage well, this major breakthrough by Scientists at the University of Southampton blows that story well and truly out of the water! Using nanostructured quartz and femtosecond laser writing, these guys[…]
If you’re a BT customer and you’ve got issues with your home phone or broadband connection, you are not alone. The company has confirmed both services are suffering from network issues, which is affecting subscribers across the UK. BT’s websites also appear to be down, which is stopping some users from being able to check the[…]
Dell Security Flaw – Patched Dell Computers have acknowledged a security flaw with a certificate (eDellRoot) which is installed by the Dell Foundation Services application on their PCs. The certificate is part of a support tool designed to make servicing the system quicker and more simple. Dell have since issued an apology and a fix for the[…]
Office 2016 is inbound! Office 2016 has been given September 22 as the official launch date for Microsoft’s latest iteration of Office. Volume License customers will be able to grab their copy from October 1st. Microsoft is also announcing a new update scheme for businesses which will more closely resemble the Service Pack update model of[…]
Office 365 overtakes Google Apps for Cloud Productivity Office 365 is heralded as Microsoft’s fastest-growing corporate product ever, its growth has been such that it has now overtaken Google Apps as the number one cloud-based office productivity software on the market. This news comes from a report by cloud security broker Bitglass entitled ‘Cloud Adoption Report[…]
Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions – Achieved! The team here at Primary PC Solutions are happy to announce that we have just received this morning our confirmation that we have achieved the Microsoft Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions Competency! To earn this competency, Microsoft Partners must demonstrate that they are able to fulfil the[…]
Déjà vu all over again – Broadband not up to scratch It seems like only around this time last year we were talking about the UK’s Broadband not meeting requirements, and here we are after this story hit the news again. This time we’re not going to talk about the constant scrapping between broadband providers[…]
Chat to your Computer with Cortana The guys from the USS Enterprise had no issues conversing with computers but it’s still relatively new to us. Sure there are programs like Dragon Naturally Speaking and such that will allow you to interact with your computer, but it has been relatively one-sided for some time. But now Windows 10[…]
The Final Countdown Okay, I think this string of Countdown jokes have run it's course, I promise to try to not do anymore in this post… So, without further ado, let's discuss Windows 10! As you know, we've been testing it for the last few months and we've had a display unit in the shop for those[…]
Ripping Music Illegal Again? It is now once again illegal to rip music from CDs or create personal copies of DVDs to pop onto your MP3 player or other personal devices. The UK government introduces a law last October allowing people to make personal copies of music for their own home libraries, this is[…]
Windows Server 2003 End of Life Well the end is near, Microsoft will no longer support Windows Server 2003 as from today so once again we find ourselves waving goodbye to another piece of Microsoft’s legacy software. Windows Server 2003 (sometimes referred to as Win2K3) was released on April 24, 2003 and is still a widely used server[…]