The volunteers are experienced, and most are employed in the tech field, or are an aspiring student looking for more hands-on experience with support.
The Computer Help Chat is all about freedom. The freedom to receive technical support by an expert without having to pay any fees. The freedom to learn more about computers, troubleshooting, and support. The freedom to help others and to grow a community of users that share each others' knowledge and skills.
We provide three methods for free technical support.
1. Computer Help Chat http://www.eugenecomputergeeks.com/
Online chat room where volunteers help other users from all over the world. There is no registration, no advertisements, and no hidden costs. Volunteers provide chat support and free remote repairs with secure remote software. Volunteers are available on average of 19 hours a day. (Usually Teamviewer)
2. Computer Help Forum http://www.eugenecomputergeeks.com/
Online forum that the volunteers frequent. All questions are answered within 24 hours. Forum users will receive an in-depth answer from at least one of our experienced technicians. One-time only registration is required in order to post. All technology related topics are welcome.
3. Ask A Computer Question http://www.eugenecomputergeeks.com/
Post your question in our online form to directly contact a volunteer technician and receive a reply via e-mail. No registration is required, and is a good solution for those that don't like forums or chat rooms, and prefer to use e-mail for support.
Anyone is welcome to volunteer and help others and hangout in the chat or forum to learn more about computers and problem solving.
The services will always remain free and non-profit to help encourage experienced computer users to volunteer their time while understanding that nobody is profiting off them.
Why pay hundreds of dollars to fix your computer, when you can have it repaired by a volunteer technician today. Try us and, and you'll see why we are #1 on Google for 'Computer Help Chat", "Tech Support Chat", and "Computer Geeks Chat".