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Local Business Spotlight: Mike McWhirter Consulting

Mike McWhirter Consulting is a small consulting and service business. We specialize in Macintosh and using Macintosh in the home, small business and large business areas. We are located in Phoenixville, PA, in beautiful Chester County. Our service area includes Harrisburg to the Jersey Shore and from Northern Delaware to Scranton, PA.

Our specialties are Macintosh computers, wired and wireless networks, consulting on new equipment purchases and installs, assistance with packing and moving sensitive equipment and performing upgrades. We can also setup Microsoft Windows on your new Intel based MacBook, MacBook Pro, or Mac Pro computers. Have the best of both worlds in one computer... Advantage Apple! Have an iPod? We do them as well!

About the owner...
Mike McWhirter has been working with Macintosh computers for over 20 years. Starting with the very first Macintosh Computer through the very latest super computers, the Mac Pro and Mac Book Pro, Mike has been on top of the Mac scene. Mike has certificates from Apple certifying him as an Authorized technician on Macintosh, PowerBooks and older LaserWriter printers. Mike is also is a Systems Engineer and has been a President and founder of an Apple User Group, owned an Apple Dealership and currently supports many Macintosh users and businesses with their networks and systems. Mike is an Apple Certified Help Desk Specialist and a Hubbell Certified Category 6 Mission Critical Installer.

To contact Mike, please visit his website at macmaniacs.com or give him a call at 610-656-1599.

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