Qzone Quick Tips – Cycling applications

Qzone Quick Tips – Cycling applications

Do you use multiple applications at a time for work or play? It can be a hassle to move your mouse to go and find all the apps when its time to use them! We put together a little tutorial with a quick and easy way to get to the apps you want fast with out having to...
How bad do you want that app?

How bad do you want that app?

The Pokemon Go app is all the rage right now. There have been national news stories covering its popularity, the bolstering of Nintendo’s bottom line, participants’ trespassing to catch those coveted creatures, and discussions about young...

Windows 10 (or 8) Boot Problems

Remember when you could press the F8 key to start your Windows computer into safe-mode? Well, with the introduction of Windows 8 (and forward) and UEFI disk mode, that is generally no longer possible. UEFI gives some remarkably fast boot times, but doesn’t give...

Service/Maintenance Contracts

Qzone offers service/maintenance contracts! Commit to a minimum monthly level of service, and enjoy discounted rates for overages. Especially convenient for businesses that need to budget computer service or show a subscribed plan for industry compliance. Call or...

Workgroup Server Services

Does your business (or home) network need a centralized storage solution for workstations? Do you need a solution for limiting the capabilities of your network users? Have you looked into Windows Server but fainted at the price? Qzone can provide alternatives based on...

Computer Malware Removal

Is your computer acting strangely? Is it running slow? Are pop-ups telling you that your computer is infected and you must buy something to clean the infection from your computer? Does the hard drive LED show constant activity? It only takes a moment of link clicking...

Server Services

We do servers! We recently finished this beauty for a client. We repurposed an older dual-core Athlon64 x2 computer they weren’t using for a NAS (Network Attached Storage) server. 4 x 2 TB SATA2 drives (RAID 5) in 4 hot-swap trays running a FreeBSD operating...