Freelance Apple Tech Consultant

Apple Computer Tech Consultant in Chicago, IL

Chicago, IL

About Freelance Apple Tech Consultant

My name is Alex Shockman. I am an experienced freelance Apple Computer Tech. I have been repairing and upgrading Apple computers for over 7 years.

Some of the services I provide are as follows:

  • Dual Booting Windows on Mac - (all versions, must have the copy of Windows)
  • Installing / Updating Software - (includes most software, just let me know what you want)
  • Setting Up Wireless Network
  • Computer Tune-up
  • Password Removal
  • Hard Drive Data Recovery
  • Data Back-up
  • In Home Computer and Accessories Setup
  • Custom Computer Build (please contact me for more info)
  • Lessons on Basic and Advanced Operations on a Mac (this includes most software)
  • Installing / Upgrading Operating Systems (OSX 10.4.11 Tiger, 10.5.6 Leopard, 10.6.3 Snow Leopard, OSX 10.7.3 Lion, 10.8 mountain lion, 10.9 Maverics)
  • Computer Repair (any upgrade or repair, just let me know what is wrong or what you need upgraded on your computer)
  • Setting up Printers and or Scanners - (including installing necessary software, even if you do not have it, as long as they are compatible with Macs)

I also do Mac and PC recycling free of charge.

If you do not see what you need done with your Mac in this ad, just contact me!


I specialize in: software, computer repair

  • General Computer Upgrading
  • Hard Drive Data Recovery
  • Data Back-up


I work mostly with Macs, but I also do pc upgrades.

Chicago, IL 60613
(773) 996-2518
Contact Alex Shockman
Payment options
Alex Shockman accepts cash and credit cards
Hourly rate: From $25 to $45
Cities served
Chicago, Cicero, Evanston, Berwyn, Skokie, Oak Park, Glenview, Melrose Park, Elmwood Park, Park Ridge and other cities within 20 miles of Chicago.

After the work has finished, I also provide:

Hardware / Software Troubleshooting after Installation or Repair

Do they take the time to explain what they are doing and answer your questions in terms that you can understand (not geek-speak), or do they come across arrogant and make you feel stupid for asking simple questions?

Do they provide detailed invoices that clearly explain what you are paying for?

Do they guarantee to complete projects on time and on budget?


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