The PC Link provides computer and “IT” Sales, Service, and Support in the Metro Atlanta Area. Since opening in 1995, we have focused on servicing the needs of home offices and individuals. We can help you on an as-needed basis with no contract required. Give us a call for help. 

We establish long-lasting working relationships allowing us to become familiar with your computer systems. We are dedicated to providing customer service that is unmatched in the industry.

We don’t speak Geek. We speak plain English in terms that anyone can understand. We would appreciate the chance to earn your business. We promise you will always be treated fairly, friendly, and respectfully. Since 1995 we have worked that way and continue to gain new clients through referrals from our excellent customer service and product knowledge.  Give us a call at 770-979-1800.

Below is a list of questions for you to ask yourself.  Call us with any questions. 

  1. Would it benefit me to establish a relationship with a reliable computer technician who would be available on-site or remotely to get my devices up and running quickly. 
  2. Does my computer run slow? Would a computer tune-up and clean-up make it perform faster and run with fewer glitches and error messages?
  3. Do I have the latest updates on my computer to help secure it from the ever-evolving hacking techniques and the newest virus, malware, and spyware threats?
  4. Is all of my data backed up? How do I know if it is? Do I know how to restore it and know that the restoration process works?
  5. Do I have Anti-Virus protection installed on my computer? How do I know if it is working, up to date, and not expired?
  6. Should I have a wireless router or access point so I can connect to the Internet from anywhere on my premises? If so, how do I know if it is secure and working at peak performance?
  7. Should I have a wireless printer installed so I can print from anywhere on my premises?
  8. Should I upgrade Windows to the newest version? How do I know if my version of Windows is still supported?
  9. Could I benefit from networking two or more of my computers together to share my data and printers?
  10. Is it time to replace my computer? Is it running slow and giving me problems simply because it is old and slow? Would it make more sense to replace it and have a technician get my programs and data moved to a new computer rather than spending time and money on my old computer?