Prescott Computer Guy
If you need a screencast tutorial, new website, or help with your personal or small business computers then you have come to the right place. Prescott Computer Guy handles a wide range of technological need for individuals and small businesses. More than just doing the work, we help you to understand how to do things for yourself - to the level you wish to do so.
A Computer Technologist You Can Understand
Prescott Computer Guy is a family run screencasting, web design, and technology support business located in Prescott, Arizona.
We believe in giving our customers the kind of service we would like to receive ourselves: friendly, fair, honest, and respectful. We use everyday language, not the high tech mumbo jumbo that most folks find confusing and frustrating. We like to reply to phone calls and e-mails as quickly as possible and not leave people waiting and wondering if we even received their message. The screencast tutorials and websites we design and develop are made to be easy to maintain and view, and the computers we work on are set up so they can be used with confidence.
Technology is ever-changing but our philosophy is consistent: seek the best solutions while keeping the cost down and the complexity to a minimum. The links to the left explain much about what we do, but we are always learning more. If you have a technology, video, or web based need, feel free to ask what we can do for you. Often we can offer a solution; if we cannot maybe we know someone who can. In short: we work with both Windows based PCs and Macs as well as with screencasting tutorials, web technologies, small networks, and digital photography.
We want you to be able to grab that cup of coffee or tea, sit back, and enjoy the use of your computer. Let us take the stress off you by allowing us to take care of your computer needs.
A Little About Our Family
In the summer of 2000, my wife (Anne) and I were looking for a small town to start our family. I was familiar with Prescott; as a teen I had worked at different local summer camps for many years, including volunteering at Camp Rainbow, a camp for kids with cancer. When I brought Anne to see Prescott, she loved it as much as I did. We bought a house shortly after and have enjoyed the small town atmosphere ever since. We now have two children who are Prescott natives, Ash and Eden, the light of our lives. We have been involved in the community through various volunteer programs such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters, The Blind Center, Neighbor to Neighbor and Youth Count.