You've spent lots of money on software and you can't get your money's worth since you don't know how to do everything with it that's possible. This is where we come in. You don't need to travel to the top of a mountain to find a guru. Just find the software you are struggling with and try working through a free online tutorial or watching a free online video tutorial.
We don't spend time or money on bells and whistles just to make us look good. ... don't believe in putting appearance before substance.
... are a lean, mean, technical support service providing machine!
TechSelfHelp was created in 1998, 13 years ago, by an IUPUI Student.
Starting in Central Indiana TechSelfHelp moved onto the Internet.
Now serving the entire English speaking world on the world wide web,
providing web hosting, personal technical support, and remote access fixes..
Fair Public Warning:
Our trademark is the sequential words "Tech Self Help"
in any color, shape, or form referring specifically to providing "technical support"
for any computer, internet, digital or analog device technology.
We will enforce trademark rights vigorously within the limits of the law.
Any unorthorized use, misuse, or abuse of our trademark rights will be addressed.
This includes, but is not limited to, "technical support" for electronics, digital, analog, electricity, phones, game systems, computers, internet, web site development and hosting, new media, animation, still or video editing, music playing or recording, video playing or recording equipment, as advertised for private individual consumers, non-profits, and commercial enterprise entities.
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