Computer Data Recovery

Published on: December, 27th 2011 | Under: Data Recovery

In the life of an everyday computer user, data is everything.  Data can be Word documents, reports for work or school, family pictures and movies, emails and calendar entries, and plenty of other vital items that are a part of your day-to-day life and live on your computer.

data recoveryWhen your computer crashes and you can’t access these items, it causes a whole series of headaches that really effect your life.  Some computer users regularly back up their data (save data to an external hard drive), but for the rest of us there is Data Recovery.

What is Data Recovery?

Data Recovery is a computer repair service that lets you access data stored on crashed computers.  It’s the answer to the question, “My computer is dead/won’t boot up.  How do I get to my files?”

What Kind of Data Can Data Recovery Help Me Save?

Data Recovery can restore your access to any kind of file you have on your hard drive, including

  • Email
  • Pictures and Videos
  • Music, TV Shows, and Movies
  • Work and School Documents (reports, spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations)
  • Calendar

Should I Try to Do Data Recovery Myself?

No.  While some computer troubleshooting can be safely done on your own, Data Recovery is serious stuff and is best done by a specialist who has the knowledge and experience to handle it without causing further damage to your data.

Computer Troubleshooters can safely and quickly take care of your Data Recovery.  We offer a range of Data Recovery Services , which are always prompt, professional, and cost-effective. Find a Data Recovery Specialist in your area, click here.

About Kim Weinberger

Kim Weinberger is the National Director of Business Development - Computer Services for Computer Troubleshooters Global. Kim has a long-standing relationship with Computer Troubleshooters that began when she and her husband bought a technology franchise in Fond du Lac, WI, in 2003. In addition to her role as a franchise owner and operator, Kim also served as a Regional Director for four years and then as an Assistant National Director for five years. In 2012, Kim became the Director of Operations for the Computer Troubleshooters Global franchise and the Geeks On Call franchise, which has since merged with Computer Troubleshooters. In 2016, Kim's role shifted to managing the growth and development of computer services for Computer Troubleshooters Global, as well as the CPR Cell Phone Repair franchise.