Is your computer slow?


PS Computing Inc. has several applications and tips that we can use to assist you in cleaning out and speeding up your computer. Give us a call so we can help increase your productivity and decrease your frustration!





PS Computing Inc.

servicing Hamilton Ontario and the surrounding area.


Phone: 289-237-6156
Fax: 905-296-0854








Welcome to the new home of PS Computing Inc. Our business is to help you with your computing needs. Our technicians have built a reputation in Southern Ontario based on their ability to do quality work, to respond to customer emergencies in the required time, and by maintaining customer satisfaction as a priority.


We work with small and big business, but our technicians also have the time to visit customers in their home to deal with everything from hardware failure to computer virus's.


PS Computing Inc. concentrates primarily on 3 main areas of the computer industry. These are:

  1. Web Design
  2. Computer Repair and troubleshooting
  3. Computer Assembly and Software Install


These 3 categories are a generalized way of describing our focus so as not to bore the surfer with specifics. If you have a question as to whether or not we are able to help you with your computing needs, please feel free check our Services Page for a more specific list of our services, or please feel free to contact us via the contact information listed on our Contact Page.


Please view our Portfolio Page for examples of the versatility of the PS Computing Inc. staff and our abilities.




Client Testimonial:

“The professionals at PS Computing Inc. worked closely with me to determine my web page and computer needs. Their quality service has been prompt, efficient, and courteous.
I've received excellent feedback on my webpage, and my referral sources appreciate the online referral form. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them to any professional for their software, hardware, or webpage requirements.” - Dr. Lisa Keith




Did you know?

Did you know that a high percentage of the "virus warning" e-mails that are forwarded among friends and colleagues are what is known as a "spoof" or "hoax"?


An easy way to find out if a "warning" is legitimate is to do a search from your favourite search engine. Simply enter some key words from the e-mail (i.e. Blue Mountain Virus)


Most times, (as in the case of the above example) you will find several listings showing that the warning was generated only to frighten or mislead users. The best course of action is to merely delete these hoax emails.


To properly defend against virus's, don't waste your time (or that of others) with circulating e-mail warnings. Simply run anti-virus software, keep it up to date, and never open executable files (.exe) sent in an e-mail.



Do you have any tips to share?

Do you have computing tips that you would like to share with us, and have published on our site? If so, please send them here. All tips posted on our site will be rewarded with a 15% discount certificate for any work done by PS Computing Inc.





The Mahones