Since 2006, Longview Computer Center has been making a difference in the way people think about IT. We’re kind of like tech support, except we speak English, have affordable rates, and listen to you.

Technology doesn’t have to be scary! Let us make your computer work for you, not against you!

Our mission is to educate and communicate. We work hard to help you, our customers, understand how your computer works by providing you with education about computer maintenance and the best solutions available for your specific needs. We believe there is no “cookie cutter” approach to technology. Everyone has different situations, skill levels, and needs. We want to use our collective knowledge to provide the best solutions for you using what you already have – unlike the “big box” stores who spend more time trying to meet their sales quota than considering their customer’s best interests. At LCC, you won't be handed a large bill at the end of an unnecessary repair. You get an honest, informed choice about your personal situation. We strive to be different!

We know it is important to get you back in business quickly! We focus on professional and affordable computer parts and services in our store, as well as at your residence or business.
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How to Call Tech Support, Part 3 How to get a human being on the phone By: Amy Hertel In my last blog post, I listed contact pages for ten popular computer manufacturers. If your company isn’t listed in our previous post, be sure to ...
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