You can get your dusty computer cleaned for free at My Tech Guys in Courtenay on Thursday.

You can get your dusty computer cleaned for free at My Tech Guys in Courtenay on Thursday.

Free computer cleaning and other fun stuff at My Tech Guys

On Thursday July 4 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. My Tech Guys is proud to hold its first PC Cleaning day at our Courtenay store on Cliffe Ave.

On Thursday July 4 from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. My Tech Guys is proud to hold its first PC Cleaning day at our Courtenay store on Cliffe Ave.

For one day only we will be blowing out Killer Dust Bunnies and doing a Complimentary Computer Security Audit for Free, with donations gong to YANA (You Are Not Alone).

“We’re excited to finally get to have our own cleaning day to help people get those pesky dust bunnies cleaned out before the summer heat kicks in,” says Mac sales guru Richard Caissie. “And we’ll have specials on all day for doing updates, free USB and ethernet cables and of course the friendliest geeks in town for you to pick their brains with any geeky questions you might have.”

“Summertime tends to see a spike in computer crashes do to the hotter weather, especially when a computer has thick dust stuck on the fans that acts as insulation, amplifying the heat,” adds Cory Jesmer, the super geek. “If you have a wood stove, pets that shed, or smoke in your home you actually can create killer dust bunnies that are even more hazardous to your computer’s health.”

Also, as part of the open house they will have the Shaw Gateway setup on two TVs so people can see how the latest TV delivery system works with the best PVR for recording your shows.

MadMan McKay’s will also have the latest SONOS sound system setup that allows users to control audio from the iPad or Tablet, stream Internet Radio and even play music directly from your device.

Come on down to 2401 Cliffe Ave for a great day of geeky fun and and get your computer dusted out for free. For more information please call 250-338-4411.

— My Tech Guys

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