Edgedata - Computer software and consultancy services
01673 849 039

Do you use PC's or Mac's?

Your open-stop source for Mac repairs, PC repairs and computer repair, computer upgrades, off-site backup, wireless network installation, virus and spy-ware removal and more! We are here to meet all of your computer needs.

Our mission at Edgedata is simple. Commercial or residential, we are here to provide the customer with an affordable and practical computer repair solution.

Edgedata does everything from virus/spy-ware removal to laptop repairs, and networking your whole house or business we work to provide you with a cost effective computer repair solution that not only makes sense technically but also financially.

Edgedata can install your home or office wired or wireless network. If your computer is running slow, our trained technicians can bring your computer back up to speed to give you back the enjoyment and productivity that you experienced when you first set your system up. We have successfully repaired many computers that our clients thought were beyond repair. Before you buy a new computer, call us. We can advise you on the benefits of repairing your computer rather than replacing. If you decide to purchase a new computer, we can set up your new machine, transfer your old files and configure your computer to maintain itself to be virtually trouble free.

With over 25 years of experience in Mac repair, PC repair, computer repair and network repair, we provide the following computer services in the following locations:

We also service: North East Lincolnshire, South Humberside, North Humberside, Newark, Louth, Boston, Horncastle and all of Lincolnshire. We are here to meet all of your computer needs.

Support needs to happen fast

Edgedata understands that a simple computer or network glitch can have a major impact on your business performance and revenues and this is why we make it our priority to respond quickly to your needs with a fast turnaround time.

More than one computer in your network ?

Edgedata can easily boost your productivity and make it easier for you by sharing files, Internet connection, printers and other resources on a secure network specifically designed for your needs.

You already have a network ?

Our expertise can help you extend, improve and most importantly secure your existing network. Call us and we will take care of all your networking needs.

Computer virus/spyware removal and protection

New computer viruses are created every day. They steal your personal information, destroy your data, decrease your system performance and bring your computer to a halt. Each year, thousands of unprepared home users and businesses experience the frustration of losing valuable data such as financial records, digital photos, and critical business information.

Do not wait until it is TOO LATE! Contact Edgedata, We can help reduce the risk of data loss and security breach by cleaning and protecting your PC or Mac from these computer threats.

Your digital data is at risk !

Your files can be destroyed by viruses, spy-ware or hardware failure.

A computer hard drive is an amazing piece of technology but because just like cars they have mechanical parts, they will eventually fail.

Are you ready ?

Get the peace of mind you deserve! Using industry standard equipment, our trained computer staff can easily recover, migrate, backup your valuable data.

Quality Service

Many computer repair companies only focus on one thing – that is achieving their numbers without questioning quality of service. Edgedata Certified Computer technicians do not sacrifice quality service for volume. We work hard to provide you with a high level of computer and laptop repair services to improve any small business or home office environment.

Platforms we support

  • Windows XP
    October 2001

    Windows XP

    Windows XP was first introduced in 2001. Along with a redesigned look and feel to the user interface, the new operating system is built on the Windows 2000 kernel, giving the user a more stable and reliable environment than previous versions of Windows. Windows XP comes in two versions, Home and Professional. Microsoft focused on mobility for both editions, including plug and play features for connecting to wireless networks. The operating system also utilises the 802.11x wireless security standard. Windows XP is one of Microsoft's best-selling products.

  • Windows Vista
    November 2006

    Windows Vista

    Windows Vista offered an advancement in reliability, security, ease of deployment, performance and manageability over Windows XP. New in this version was capabilities to detect hardware problems before they occur, security features to protect against the latest generation of threats, faster start-up time and low power consumption of the new sleep state. In many cases, Windows Vista is noticeably more responsive than Windows XP on identical hardware. Windows Vista simplifies and centralises desktop configuration management, reducing the cost of keeping systems updated.

  • Windows 7
    October 2009

    Windows 7

    Windows 7 made its official debut to the public on October 22, 2009 as the latest in the 25-year-old line of Microsoft Windows operating systems and as the successor to Windows Vista (which itself had followed Windows XP). Windows 7 was released in conjunction with Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 7's server counterpart. Enhancements and new features in Windows 7 include multi-touch support, Internet Explorer 8, improved performance and start-up time, Aero Snap, Aero Shake, support for virtual hard disks, a new and improved Windows Media Center, and improved security.

  • Windows 8
    November 2012

    Windows 8

    Windows 8 is a completely redesigned operating system that's been developed from the ground up with touchscreen use in mind as well as near-instant-on capabilities that enable a Windows 8 PC to load and start up in a matter of seconds rather than in minutes. Windows 8 replaces the more traditional Microsoft Windows OS look and feel with a new "Metro" design system interface that first debuted in the Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system. The Metro user interface primarily consists of a "Start screen" made up of "Live Tiles," which are links to applications and features that are dynamic and update in real time. Windows 8 supports both x86 PCs and ARM processors.

  • Mac OSX

    Mac OS X

    OS X, introduced as Mac OS X in 2001 and renamed OS X in 2012, is the latest version of Apple's operating system. Although it is officially designated as simply "version 10" of the Mac OS, it has a history largely independent of the earlier Mac OS releases.

    It is a Unix operating system, based on the NeXTSTEP operating system and the XNU kernel which Apple acquired after purchasing NeXT Computer. There have been ten significant releases of OS X, the most recent being OS X 10.9, referred to as Mavericks. Prior to 10.9 came 10.8 ("Mountain Lion"), 10.7 ("Lion"), 10.6 ("Snow Leopard"), 10.5 ("Leopard"), 10.4 ("Tiger"), 10.3 ("Panther"), 10.2 ("Jaguar"), 10.1 ("Puma"), and 10.0 ("Cheetah").

  • Apple iOS

    Apple iOS

    iOS (previously iPhone OS) is a mobile operating system developed by Apple Inc. and distributed exclusively for Apple hardware. It is the operating system that powers many of the company's iDevices.

    Originally unveiled in 2007 for the iPhone, it has been extended to support other Apple devices such as the iPod Touch (September 2007), iPad (January 2010), iPad Mini (November 2012) and second-generation Apple TV onward (September 2010).

  • Linux

    Linux OS

    Linux is a Unix-like computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open source software development and distribution. First released on 5 October 1991 by Linus Torvalds.

    Linux was originally developed as a free operating system for Intel x86-based personal computers. It is a leading operating system for use on servers. Linux also runs on embedded systems, which are devices whose operating system is built into the firmware; these include mobile phones, tablet computers, network routers, televisions and video game consoles. Android, which is a widely used operating system for mobile devices, is built using the Linux kernel.

  • Server operating systems

    A server operating system, also called a server OS, is an operating system specifically designed to run on servers, which are specialised computers that operate within a client/server architecture to serve the requests of client computers on the network.

    The server operating system, or server OS, is the software layer on top of which other software programs, or applications, can run on the server hardware. Server operating systems help enable and facilitate typical server roles such as Web server, mail server, file server, database server, application server and print server.

    Popular server operating systems that Edgedata support include Windows Server, Mac OS X Server, and most variants of Linux such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

    Server Operating Systems