Windows PC Computer Repairs Frankston | Laptop Repairs Frankston
Apple MacBook Repairs Frankston | Apple iMac Repairs Frankston
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 Frankston. We can assist you with all your hardware, software, networking and upgrade needs, including, but not limited to:
Services we offer for computer repairs Frankston 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 & 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 Frankston
If you aren’t able to access the shop we also do house calls to the Frankston 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 Frankston residents
Repair your PC, Laptop, iMac or Macbook in Frankston
Frankston is an outer-southeastern suburb of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, in the local government area of the City of Frankston. It is 41 km south of the Melbourne city centre, at the northernmost point of the Mornington Peninsula. Wikipedia
Area: 20.8 km²
Federal divisions: Division of Dunkley
Frankston is an outer-southeastern suburb of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, in the local government area of the City of Frankston. It is 41 km south of the Melbourne city centre, at the northernmost point of the Mornington Peninsula. Due to its geographic location, it is often referred to as “the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula”.
The origins of the name Frankston have been subject to some conjecture. One enduring popular theory is that it was named after Frank Liardet, the son of prominent early Melbourne pioneer Wilbraham Liardet, who built the first brick house in Frankston at his Ballam Park estate in 1855 (in what is now the Frankston locality of Karingal).
However, a letter to the editor of The Argus newspaper from a member of the Liardet family (published 30 May 1916) stated that this was not the case. Included with the letter were excerpts of correspondence between the family and the Victorian state Department of Lands and Survey which also refuted the theory that Frankston was named after Frank Liardet. Alternatively, according to the included correspondence with the department, its Chief Draftsman believed that Frankston was named after the early Melbourne settler Charles Franks who was killed by Indigenous Australians. It is also states that the name was used from the first survey of the area in early 1854, a year before Liardet constructed his homestead.