I have been having issues with my Windows XP for a while and I decided to go online to figure what really was the best way of getting online XP support. I really wanted to hear from my peer group as to what they had in their experience as users found to be the best form of XP support.
Before I really get into what I found from other online XP help users, I found recommendations from some (obviously tech savvy) users suggesting that I take a tutorial on Microsoft's website. I don't know about this...to feel comforted and helped you need to feel that someone is out there thinking of your problem. Just wandering through tutorials may somewhat explain a feature or two of windows XP but is certainly no substitute for online XP support. A tutorial is certainly not going to help me when I need to troubleshoot a Windows XP error. Online XP support may be of better use. Hey, its not that my mind is made up but I know what I want out of my XP help; live full time support for windows XP from qualified and trained professionals.
We have grown as a business and one of the first things we need to do is upgrade the version of windows XP that we use. There are choices to be made for which I need qualified advise. Also, Microsoft Windows XP professional I am told has many features like data recovery options and networking tools which are recommended for small business. I believe that there are also higher versions for the product for companies that process more data; how much is more? I wonder? I really need some concrete advice and not scanty piecemeal suggestions. I need someone who will advise with authority and responsibility not only on Windows XP support but also other computer support issues that are always coming up on a daily basis.
What I have understood from various users and articles on the Internet on the subject of XP support is that getting a holistic tech support contract is probably my best option. A good tech support company will not only provide online XP support but also be there for other issues. It is not feasible for me to be on top of issues like network security and virus and other critical updates. Someone needs to watch these issues like a hawk and my hawk or remote XP support is going to come from a good tech support company. Given that tech support companies work with multiple users, they are really on the ball with regard to Windows XP updates and the like.
I travel a great deal for my business and often use the remote file access feature of Windows XP and I have on more than one occasion had issues with this feature. With Microsoft XP support I should be able to continue my work while a qualified technician looks at my problem. Moreover, as I understand it, my job history is kept on record, thus making it easier for any troubleshooting to be done without my having to explain everything all over again.
Microsoft XP tech support is the way that I going to be running my business now. Leaving the everyday business of updates, downloads, firewalls, feature enhancements and drivers to the Online XP tech support professionals.
Really, after all my research and checking and cross checking, it's best to get Online XP tech support from the professionals. Windows XP tech support is responsible and accountable at the end of the day simply because it is their core business. Just as mine is to help you get your taxes done in time.
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