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Escondido Virus Removal Service

Thank you for choosing San Diego PC Support, the best computer virus removal team in Escondido. Our trained service professionals have been removing computer viruses and spyware in Escondido for over 10 years. A computer virus can damage your computer system and delete files that your computer needs to run properly. Our virus removal experts can diagnose your virus and give you an understanding of what your particular virus is doing to your computer, how you contracted the virus, and what level of security risks you are facing after the virus has been removed. San Diego PC Support proudly offers mobile computer service in the Escondido area, servicing your home or office for no additional fee*. With same-day appointments available, San Diego PC Support is Escondido's best choice for fast, reliable computer virus removal and spyware removal. Contact us.

Virus removal in Escondido, by San Diego PC Support, offers many services to fit every Escondido resident's needs. From on-site virus removal to in-store diagnostics and full computer repair, San Diego PC Support is there when you need us.


More information about Escondido

Escondido is a city located just north of the city of San Diego, California. The name Escondido means "hidden" in Spanish and occupies a valley ringed by rocky hills. The City was founded in 1888 which makes it one of the oldest in San Diego County. Escondido has an estimated population of 128,819 as of 2000 census.

Originally, Escondido was settled by Native American tribes. Later, Spain controlled the land from the late 1700s to the early 1800s, and established many missions in California to help convert the native people. Mexico gained its independence from Spain and then the local land was divided into large "ranchos." One of the ranchos that would become Escondido was called Rancho Rincon del Diablo. This land was was given to Juan Bautista Alvarado in 1843 by the Mexican governor.

In 1846, war broke out between the United States and Mexico, and a battle called the Battle of San Pasqual was fought in the area just south of Escondido. This battle was the catalyst that helped Escondido merge with California.

Today, Escondido has approximately 140,000 residents, and an economy revolves around great agriculture, tourism, retail shops, services, light industry, restaurants and high tech. It is based in great location with almost perfect weather all year round.

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