Face to Face Computer Services
Phone 250-383-3755     50 Burnside Road W

Saturday, February 13, 2016


Welcome to Face to Face Computer Services.

Face to Face is a locally owned and family operated company, servicing Victoria since 1999. We specialize in custom built computers for home and office users. We offer instore computer repairs for all makes and models of PC computers and laptops. We also can speed up your existing computer with a Ram and/or SSD upgrade.

We offer a large selection of computer parts for the "Do it Yourself" techs. We inventory our most popular components and peripherals. All other parts are only a day or two away.

We offer specailized services for Small Businesses, including Remote Administration, Automated Local/Offsite backup and NAS file servers. For more info about our services please contact the store.

Whether you are a basic home user, gamer or if you have a small business; we can design a Custom Computer to fullfill your needs.
We also have a selection of Refurbished and Used Computers.
Click on Computers to view our current systems packages.

Windows 10 is here!!!

Windows 10 Microsoft Windows 10 was released on July 29th 2015 as a free upgrade to all Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 owners; the free offer is available for a year. We are now offering the full version in our Custom System packages.
There are a few ways to install the free upgrade:
  • You can let Windows do the upgrade using the 'Get Windows 10' option on the taskbar.
  • You can download the ISO file to a USB thumb drive or DVD and install when you want.
  • You can bring in your system for us to do the upgrade for you.
When installing you have 3 options to choice from: Upgrade keeping everything, upgrade keeping only the data or upgrade removing everything for a clean start. We suggest that you do a full backup of your system before attempting the upgrade.
Once your system has been upgraded and activated you can do future reinstalls of Windows 10 without needing to reinstall your original windows version. Changing hardware later in your computer may cause your free upgrade to expire and at that point you would need to purchase a full Windows 10 license.

If you have questions or concerns please don't hesitate to contact us for help.

SSD - Solid State Drives

SSD Drives Solid State Drives are Computer storage drives that use Flash Memory instead of the normal magnetic storage in tradition Hard Drives. They have no moving parts so they are more resistant to physical shock, which makes them great for laptop use. The main advantage is in their higher transfer and seek speeds. In fact SSD drives are 5 to 10 times faster that regular Hard Drives.

Now that prices for SSD drive have dropped so much its time to consider upgrading to Solid State.
I have personally upgraded my Home Desktop, Laptop, My Daughters Laptop and My Main Work System to SSD.

No other upgrade will make your computer experiance better that a fast SSD drive.
Click on SSD to view our current available Solid State Drives.

Ram Upgrades for PC and Mac

Ram Memory Is your computer feeling a little sluggish?
Is it really slow when you try to open multiply sites or apps?
You might be a perfect candidate for a Ram Upgrade.
Face to Face can upgrade the Ram for your Desktop, Laptop and even some Apple Computers.

Click on Ram to view our current available Ram Memory.

Refurbished Computers.

Refurbished Computers Face to Face Computers has joined the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher Program. This allows us to Refurbish previously owned computers and resell them with newer genuine Microsoft software at a fraction of the cost of purchasing new.

We have Refurbished systems available starting from $199.
Click on Refurbished to view our current available refurbished computers.

Windows XP end of support.

After April 8, 2014, technical assistance for Windows XP will no longer be available, including automatic updates that help protect your PC.
If you continue to use Windows XP after support ends, your computer will still work but it might become more vulnerable to security risks and viruses. Also, as more software and hardware manufacturers continue to optimize for more recent versions of Windows, you can expect to encounter greater numbers of apps and devices that do not work with Windows XP.

It might be time to consider replacing your old computer with one running either Windows 7 or Windows 10.
Check out our selection of Custom Computers online or come in and talk with one of our techs.