The Computer Guys of Orange County provides technical support for all desktop and laptop PC and Mac configurations. We are trained on all PC Windows and Apple Macintosh operating systems, Office Suites, and most popular software.

We have an extensive experience with network configurations ranging from small in-home to expansive business environments. The Computer Guys of Orange County will provide knowledgeable advice. Our team is ready to assist you with network design including wireless, broadband, and cabled, as well as with all of your general PC / Mac and software needs.

The Computer Guys of Orange County provide the following services:
Virus removal
Spyware and Malware removal
Hardware Upgrades
Software installations and configuration
Internet set-up and firewall protection
Setup Secure Wireless
Data backup and data recovery
PC Training
Computer tune-up, optimization and updates
Web design, e-mail, and web hosting services
New computer set-up
Apple / Macintosh configuration
and more...

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • PC and Mac repairs

Serviced Areas

  • Irvine, Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Dana Point, Lake Forest, Anaheim

Payment Options

  • American Express, Carte Blanche, Debit Cards, Diner's Club, Discover, MasterCard, Money Orders, PayPal, Personal Checks, VISA

Contact Details

  Person Glen Hackler
  City Irvine , CA
  Zip Code 92602
  Address 36 Harmony
  Phone Number (949) 456-0914

Business Representative

Glen Hackler


In 1993, I decided to pursue a career in computer technology. I went back to school and became certified as a Certified Novel Engineer (CNE). This certification led me to employment with Rockwell Aerospace in Downey. As part of a team of twenty computer engineers, we facilitated Rockwell's Windows 95 rollout for their entire campus, over 8,000 users. I continued working with Rockwell as part of their desktop support team for many years until IBM came in the account and hired me to become a part of their team. In 1997 I was involved in the Boeing / McDonald Douglas merger where we organized the closure of the Downey facility while we moved and merged all our users to the MD Huntington Beach campus.

In 1998 I obtained my Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification, which enabled me to work with the company servers. When the all dust settled I was team leader of 30 technicians performing the day to day operations for Boeing's Huntington Beach campus which consisted of over 14,000 desktops. In 2003 I started my own business in computer support and web development, I later brought in a partner who lead the company in a direction I did not intend to follow. As a result I now keep it simple, it's me, my son part time, and a host of industry friends and connections that I use as a resources once in a while. Today I'm not looking for a fast buck, I want to build long term relationships with my customers so they can count on me and I can count on them to be around for years to come.

Customer Testimonials

You guys are seriously awesome! Great pricing, excellent customer service and explained everything in a way that a non-computer person like myself could understand. I highly recommend them. Ask for Lucas!

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