Alexander’s Computer Systems has been providing San Luis Obispo and Los Osos with the most dependable and speedy computer repair services for more than a decade. Our expert technicians give friendly, professional service and are always ready to serve you. All our work is guaranteed; if we can’t fix your problem, you don’t pay us. Owner Dennis Alexander began building and repairing computer systems for friends and family in his family’s Los Osos garage. He received so many requests for computer repair he decided to open his own shop, with the goal of protecting and supporting Los Osos’ computer users. Alexander’s Computer Systems is the area’s most trusted name for computer support, maintenance and repair. Our broad range of services also includes network setup, data safety consultation, DIRECTTV and Viasat satellite internet (formerly Exede) installation.
Alexander’s Computer Systems is proud to offer Viasat Internet. Viasat offers customers an option to their current internet provider at great price, with speeds that match the competition and the reliability of satellite. Viasat combined high-science and innovation to bring fast internet to places that once had limited choices. Unlike other technologies that require extensive infrastructure or that may never extend to your area, Viasat Internet comes directly to your home or business from our satellite. Our internet signal is transmitted from ground stations to our satellite, which transmits the signal directly to a small dish mounted on your house or business. No antiquated wires, cables or other outdated technology. Viasat is four times faster than average DSL. That means faster browsing, video streaming, photo sharing, video chat and email. Our Late Night Free Zone comes standard with all plans, giving our customers five hours of unmetered data every day.
Los Osos is on the Pacific Coast and the entrance to Montana de Oro State Park. Serving as a bedroom community to nearby San Luis Obispo, this town of 14,000 has a mysterious allure: The large groves of eucalyptus trees that grow here attack each year attract migrating Monarch butterflies. San Luis Obispo County is between Los Angeles and San Francisco, but far enough away from both to retain its rural character and tastes of old California. The small communities in the county are scattered along the beaches and mountains of the Santa Lucia range, supporting fishermen, farmers and drawing tourists. As the third largest producer of wine in California – surpassed only by Sonoma and Napa counties – it boasts a growing reputation as a wine country vacation destination.