Serving Houston since 1989

We pride ourselves on our keen ability to accurately diagnose and repair computer and home electronis problems. Whether you are having issues with spyware, malware, virus, hardware, network or any other issues, our courteous professional technicians can fix the problem usually within hours. We warranty our work and do not require any contracts or travel charges. We take pride in our service and are truly customer service minded. Our goal is to become your go-to service provider for any home entertainment problems you need solved. Please view our testimonials page to see what our long standing customers say about us, and feel free to leave your comments as well. Our staff can also assist with setting up home theaters, or training you on any computer or home electronics. We also diagnose and repair most WiFi issues .

Let our Geeks






Computer Service

  • Computer Setup
  • Computer Diagnostics
  • Computer Repair
  • Virus Removal
  • Malware Removal
  • Network Admin

Read more

Web Development

  • Web Hosting
  • CMS Development
  • Logo Design
  • Template Design
  • Custom Applications
  • Brand Marketing

Read more

Home Theater

  • Design
  • Construction
  • A/V Installation
  • A/V Component Setup
  • Remote Programming
  • Remodelling

Read more


  • Computer Training
  • Software Training
  • Audio/Visual Training
  • Custom Training
  • Group Training
  • One-on-One Training

Read more

Sample Websites

Latest News

News Feed


  • Surviving Mars review: Spreading humanity to the stars isn't easy

    Redundancy. After spearheading humanity’s first-ever Martian colony, I’ve realized redundancy is critical. You’re building one pipe between the oxygen pump and the habitation dome? Build two. Your power grid is clustered together? Make two or three groups of solar panels instead, and throw a few wind turbines into the mix for when the sun goes down. One farm? Try four.

    When help is 34 million miles (or 55 million kilometers) away, your only hope is that when something goes wrong—and it will go wrong—there’s another option to fall back on. That’s the key to Surviving Mars ($40 on Green Man Gaming).

    To read this article in full, please click here

  • All five Myst games are being rereleased for Myst's 25th anniversary

    Hot on the heels of last week’s Firmament announcement, today Cyan teased another project in the works. 2018 is, of course, the 25th anniversary of Myst, and it looks like Cyan’s preparing...something. Hard to say what, exactly, but something.

    March 17 update:There’s news, of sorts. According to a new post on, it looks like Cyan’s reacquired the rights (or at least come to some sort of licensing deal) for all of the Myst games—including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation, the two that were developed in-house by Ubisoft and thus have been pretty much impossible to obtain (legally) for the last decade or so. From the announcement:

    To read this article in full, please click here

  • Microsoft tries forcing Mail users to open links in Edge, and people are freaking out

    Right now, the fall 2018 edition of Windows 10 will open links within email via Microsoft Edge—and boy, are some people mad. 

    Windows 10 Build 17623, part of the “Skip Ahead” track that will debut in the “Redstone 5” release in the fall, will begin testing a change that will make Edge the default browser for reading email links, Microsoft said Friday. The decision isn’t final, and Microsoft hasn’t even released the current version of “Redstone 4,” informally known as the Spring Creators Update. Heck, since the Skip Ahead track is a closed beta, the vast majority of Windows users won’t even be affected for months.

    To read this article in full, please click here

New Google Wifi spotted at the FCC

We only looked at the first iteration of Google Wifi, the company’s mesh networking set-up, a few months ago and already it looks like version two is in the works. A Google filing recently spotted at the FCC describes a new dual-band router, possibly an update to the company’s Google Wifi.
Phishing Scams
Viruses and Malware

The Internet Archive brings Apple's classic Macintosh to your browser

We've seen the Internet Archive publish classic software collections for MS-Dos, Amiga, Apple II, Windows 3.1, and classic arcade games. Now, the online museum is moving on to the Macintosh.


Tom F.
"Geeks Houston provided me with wonderful service. They arranged to have our computer replaced under standard factory warranty. They had made … read more
I see your page needs some fresh & unique articles.
Writing manually is time consuming, but there is
solution for this hard task. Just search for; … read more
I have been using Geeks Houston for computer training for over a couple of months now. They know a lot about computers. I have used two different … read more
Roberta Stanwood
I love the website. Thank you Geeks Houston!
We had a neighbor try to help us with our computer. He said he new what he was doing and he then installed Windows onto my existing Windows. When he … read more
I received a new computer for Christmas. We had David come out to hook everything up and transfer material from my old computer to the new one. He … read more
Debbie W.
We called Geeks Houston with what we thought was a simple issue. Our agent, Dan was able to remotely connect to my computer diagnose it as a malware … read more
Rubye Triplett
I had a new computer in my office and needed some assistance with the set up. Dan arrived promptly at the requested time, and completed the required … read more
I have used David to repair all of our home computers for the past several years. His professionalism and personal service exceeds all others. He has … read more
Thanks for sending Dan our way.

It was, indeed, a pleasure having him work on our computer, printer, and network issues. His professionalism, calm … read more
Copyright © 2017 Geeks Houston