Computers and Websites

Computer repairs and website design - Servicing Mudgeeraba and surrounding areas for over 12 years

Computers Websites

About Us

We are closed for the Xmas holidays from the 19th Dec 20 to 11th Jan 21, and wish everyone a safe and happy Xmas.

Operating out of Mudgeeraba since April 2007, formerly known as Quantum Computer Services & E Website Design, we now trade as Your Web & IT Guy.

NOTE: Due to the unfortunate effects COVID19 has had on our business, we have had to relocate premises to a small office in Nerang. Our phone & email details remain the same, however to best serve you we suggest emailing your issues direct to or use the contact form or if calling, please leave your name & number if we don’t answer, and we’ll call as soon as possible.

We aim to provide you with prompt, reliable & honest services, from computer & laptop servicing & repair, data transfer from your old to new system, virus removal & protection, backup solutions, as well as an on-site service to sort internet and network issues. Computers and Macs.

For website and design services, we’ll create your site so it looks professional across all types of devices, whether it’s on a computer, laptop, tablet or phone, regardless of brand, and can even draw up your logo.

Job Logger - Electronic Timecards

There's a few regular scams & viruses doing the rounds currently, and I've listed them below, just to keep you aware of them.

Latest Warnings

bad hyperlink from mygov and westpac

Fake MyGov Emails

There are some fake emails being circulated at the moment, claiming to come from MyGov. The email states that MyGov has entered a strategic partnership with Westpac, promising a welcome …

Be wary of opening dodgy emails or website as they may contain viruses

Suspicious Emails

Be careful opening suspicious emails. With the new online invoicing systems available, scammers are using this to send emails with bogus invoices attached. These invoices can contain any manner of …

Be careful of bogus or scam calls

Bogus Support Calls

Be wary of anyone calling and offering support from most commonly Telstra or Microsoft. They will generally get you to navigate to the ‘Event Viewer’, and under Windows Logs, then …