Solving Common IT Problems for Homeworkers
Homeworking looks set to feature in many businesses’ plans for the future, whether it’s on a full- or part-time basis.
You’re bound to run into some IT issues now and then when you’re working from home. While we’d always advise consulting your IT department if you’re completely stuck, experiencing a problem repeatedly or concerned about security, there are some things anyone with basic computing knowledge can troubleshoot quickly and effectively.
Based on the most frequently asked questions experienced by our own tech support team, this guide gives simple, step-by-step fixes to common IT problems for homeworkers, including:
- Slow running PCs
- Problems connecting to remote desktop
- Printer troubleshooting
- Multi-screen set ups
- Broadband drops and outages
- Patchy WiFi
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