We specialise in creating and building websites for all devices (ie Computers, Tablets, Smartphones etc.)

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We will come to your home and ensure everything is working the way you desire ...

We can supply, deliver and install any computer equipment you may require for your home or business !!

Website Design, Development and Publication

Spot-On Computing Services provides website design and build services for all types of business, not for profit organisations, churches, sports and social clubs.

If you’re looking for a responsive multipurpose design, which works on multiple platforms and at a great price, contact us now and we will provide the website you desire.

After the site has been designed, built and published, we won’t just leave you to maintain your website and resolve any potential future issues, we will provide ongoing support and maintenance services as required.

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Windows 10 Release – Scheduled for 29 July 2015

So the last version of Windows will be released for download in a few days time. I have put together a couple of things to help you make your decision about if and when you should try it.

Windows 10 is a free download for any systems running a licensed version of MS Windows 7 or 8.1 (excluding Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 8/8.1 Enterprise, and Windows RT/RT 8.1). You will only be able to obtain the same version (ie Home, Professional etc.) that exists on your Windows 7 or 8.1 system. The free upgrade offer will only be available for 12 months, then after that, you will need to purchase the upgrade.

If you have Windows 8 on your machine, it is recommended you upgrade to version 8.1 as soon as possible. The upgrade from Version 8 to 8.1 is also free via the Windows 8 Store. Windows 7 systems should also be running Service Pack 1 (SP1), which can be downloaded from the Microsoft website free of charge.

The download of Windows 10 will be approximately 3Gb depending …. <see more>

Windows 10 Start Menu

Windows XP support has ended

After 13 years of loyal service, support for Windows XP and Office 2003 officially ended on 8 April 2014. And while PCs running XP still work, Microsoft are no longer offering technical support, seeding security patches, pushing bug fixes or developing service packs.

Find out what the end of Windows XP support means to you, what your options are and how a switch to today’s tools and devices can place your business on the front foot for tomorrow.

Just give Spot-On Computing Services a call, and we’ll ensure you are heading in the right direction – Don’t leave it too late !!
Goodbye XP