Windows PC Computer Repairs Brighton

Windows PC Computer Repairs Brighton | Laptop Repairs Brighton

Apple MacBook Repairs Brighton | Apple iMac Repairs Brighton

We at Big Box Computers have, for over 15 years been repairing desktops and laptops on all operating
systems (Windows, Mac OS, Linux). Windows PC Computer Repairs Brighton. We can assist you with all your hardware, software, networking and upgrade needs, including, but not limited to:

Services we offer for computer repairs Brighton includes, but not limited to:

  • Full operating system re-install, including software installation, email setup and data transfer
  • Solid state drive (SSD) upgrades
  • Virus / Spyware &amp Malware removal
  • Hardware failures, repairs & upgrades
  • Annoying browser toolbars / redirects
  • General disc clean-up
  • Slow internet tune-ups and Wireless Setup
  • Data backups and data recovery
  • We repair all Major brands in Brighton

If you aren’t able to access the shop we also do house calls to the Brighton area, catering to any
networking or compatibility problems with things like printers, modems, Wi-Fi and other devices.

Finally we offer advice and products for custom build computers, including gaming PCs. We also
have a wide range of gaming / consumer laptops, both new and second hand for great prices to all Brighton residents

Repair your PC, Laptop, iMac or Macbook in Brighton

Windows PC Computer Repairs Brighton

Brighton is an affluent beach-side suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 11 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district.[2] Its local government area is the City of Bayside. At the 2011 Census, Brighton had a population of 21,257. Brighton is named after Brighton in England.

Area: 8.2 km²
Postcode: 3186
Federal divisions: Division of Goldstein

Early history

In England, on 29 August 1840, Henry Dendy (1800–81) purchased 5,120 acres (2,070 ha) of Port Phillip land at £1 per acre, site unseen, under the terms of the short-lived Special Survey regulations.[4] Dendy arrived on 5 February 1841 to claim his land. The area was known as Dendy’s Special Survey.

The area Dendy was compelled to take, called “Waterville”, was bound by the coastline to the west and the present day North Road, East Boundary Road and South Road.[5] A town was surveyed in mid-1841, defined by the crescent-shaped street layout which remains today, and subdivided allotments were offered for sale. The area soon became the “Brighton Estate”, and Dendy’s site for his own home was named “Brighton Park”. Unfortunately, the land did not have any ready sources of water. Sales were slow at first, and the financial depression came and Dendy’s scheme for emigration and land sales failed. The family of his agent Jonathan Binns Were (1809–85) who had arrived in Melbourne in 1839, bought the land.[6][7] All of Dendy’s business ventures failed, and he died a pauper.