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For Those About To Smash Computers, We Salute You

Computer problems cause extreme levels of frustration. Something about tech trouble sparks the worst violence within even the most peaceful souls among us – those feeling of rage and helplessness, fury that the very things meant to simplify our lives are now causing us even bigger headaches and expenses. Maybe nothing makes us want to destroy our computers quite like knowing that we’re going to lose so much time figuring out what’s wrong.

 

 

Wouldn’t it be great to reach out for technical support without already having accepted defeat? TechYuga is working hard, hard, hard, to deliver fast and painless tech support for computer problems online, by phone, and via Skype.

 

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Quality service. Quick results. How often have you used these words to describe your experience with tech support? Right. So, you may want to have a look at TechYuga the next time you find yourself in trouble – or take advantage of their resources beforehand to avoid requiring anger management classes.

 

Founder of TechYuga, Jingyansu Choudhury, tells us more about his company and relentless efforts:

 

What’s your company about? What do you do? Who are your customers?

Techyuga helps you to save time and money by solving your home or business computer problems online. You don’t have to disconnect your computer and take it into a store or wait of hours for the technician to visit you. Just give us a call and we will resolve your computer’s problem within minutes. Techyuga Techies deliver technical support services for thousands of our customers’ computers and we guarantee an outstanding experience. Apart from that, you can always visit our knowledge base and get thousands of tips and tricks for every small issue with your computer.

 

What’s the greatest thing about your company/website? Why is it better than the competition?

Company blogs – we write and collect the best and most useful articles from around the web for our visitors. http://techyuga.com/blogs/

 

How’d you come up with the name for your company?

TECH means technology, YUGA is a sanskrit word; it means ages or time period. As it is a time of technology, and we are the protector of it, we call ourselves Techyuga.

 

What time do you usually start work each day? How many hours a day do you usually work?

11am in the morning to 5am of next day morning. I work like 13 – 15 hours a day.

 

 

 

 

When do your best ideas come to you? In bed in the morning?

After midnight through 2am.

 

How many people did you start the company with and how many people work for you now?

We started with 2. Right now, we have 13 employees.

 

A lot of people have big ideas. What gave you the confidence to actually go after yours?

I don’t know about others. I am just doing my work.

 

Remember the early days of starting up? Describe the struggles you went through.

Started from bedroom. Worked months without any money.

 

What’s your office environment like? Do you listen to music? Watch movies? Play video games?

Work, and only work.

 

How do you picture your company in 5 years?

More then 100 members with good international reach.

 

 

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Don’t do it! There’s a better way.

 

 

Who or what inspires YOU?

Steve Jobs.

 

What other advice do you have for other entrepreneurs struggling to get started?

Work hard.

 

What would you do if you had a year off and $500,000 to spend (on something other than work)?

Train myself, and invest the money in my projects.

 

Do you consider yourself a successful entrepreneur? If not, what’ll make you feel successful?

I am successful. I started my career as a watchman and today I am here. I am already successful.

 

Top 5 websites you couldn’t live without?

  1. Quora
  2. Mashable
  3. Facebook
  4. Business Insider
  5. Entrepreuner

 

What is your music streaming player of choice, and what are you listening to right now?

Hip hop, Eminem.

 

Please share some specific numbers (funding, revenue, visitors) that highlight your growth.

500 visitors a day.

 

Stop! Before you bash your computer in frustration, check out TechYuga.com. Find the company on Facebook and Twitter to learn even more.

 

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Author : Keith Liles

Keith Liles is a freelance writer who loves travel, music, wine, hiking, poetry, and just about everything. He practices saying "yes" to life vigorously, rehearsing for the phone call when he's asked to tour with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Follow Keith on Twitter @KPLiles.

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