Main Contributors to TheTechMentor.com:
There are many people who contribute in some way to TheTechMentor.com, but the main two are Casey (IT Business Consultant) and Jeff (Engineer). Our primary focus is toward in-depth (technical) computer repairs and network system fixes, and providing training material for people who want to earn some money on the side or start a full time IT services business. Outside of work we are both family men.
We have helped hundreds of thousands of people over the years. This site started out under different names (URLs) so many articles far 'out-age' the this particular domain, 'TheTechMentor.com'.
We love comments! It serves as a reminder that we do HELP YOU (or someone like you; sorry if we didn't help you just yet!). Come back with another problem and we'll try again!
We love it if you want to add more ideas or links to relevant helpful topics or tools in the comments below our articles. Note these are moderated and don't fret if we don't approve it straight away.
Note: On articles that already have a large number of comments we might not allow more.
We have thousands of people on our mailing list, but many prefer to be left alone (which we do because we are too busy most of the time!).
How can TheTechMentor.com help me?
We offer lots of free resources and articles to help you solve problems and succeed as a computer tech.
Some popular ones are things like lists of computer tools and network installation toolkits.
Getting people out of trouble is also a common theme with recovering data from deleted/damage hard drives or mobile smart-phones.
By the way, Casey Loves Macs and Jeff currently loves his Microsoft Surface (but also loves his long line of iPhones!). We don't discriminate. We think you should not either; it might help your computer service business if you can handle a wider range of systems. It has without doubt been an advantage to us and students to be able to offer support to Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac computer systems.
In addition, we offer free articles to help you launch and run an IT business as well as a free guide on How to Make Your First $1000 as an IT Consultant.
We also offer free, no strings attached, advice anytime via email, if we can (at that point in time). You can contact us here.
So where should I begin?
If you are wanting to learn more about becoming a computer tech, learn to build computer networks, retrieve lost data or whatever, head over to our blog and check out our content.
On the right hand side of most articles you can find links to our most recent articles, our most popular articles, and further below that a search bar. You should be able to find it with the right search term!
If you are interested in starting your own IT business, download our free guide below on How to Make Your First $1000 as an IT Consultant to get started.