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!

Services

I specialize in: software, computer repair

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

Brands

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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