The Computer Cafe is reopening its doors after a summer of reorganizing.
Local computer guy and tech blogger, Alan Ruben, is back behind the answer desk to check computers for repair and answer technical questions.
"Now that everyone in Winchester is back from the Cape and the Lakes, The Computer Cafe has finished reorganizing in order to meet computer needs more efficiently," Ruben said. "We closed for the summer here in Winchester for
reorganization and because Winchester has seemed to return to its
pattern of evacuating for the summer."
The Computer Cafe, located at 600 Main St., is a one-man operation. Ruben works primarily on quick repairs, and electronic issues are sent to the shop's headquarters at 430 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington.
"We have taken these steps in an attempt to get repairs back to clients in as
expedient manner as possible," Ruben said.
The hours have changed for the reopening; the Cafe remains closed on the weekends, but now opens earlier on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 a.m.Subscribe to the free Winchester Patch newsletter to receive local business updates.
Since opening in 1996, The Computer Cafe has provided repair service, computer consulting and computer hardware sales. The Cafe offers a variety of services from remote maintenance and service, projector and laptop rentals, software training courses and web hosting.
"The Computer Cafe has always prided itself on giving clients topnotch service and advice," Ruben said. "Most of [our] business is through referral, and those referrals are given because of the great service that [we] offer customers."