Located in Santa Fe, Xcellent Macintosh Support, LLC delivers personalized Apple computer, network, and technical services to individuals and businesses throughout Northern New Mexico.
Member of Apple Consultants Network
Professionally trained hardware and software engineer
What We Do
Hardware & Software
We are xcellent at troubleshooting hardware and software problems, or installing hardware/software upgrades. Or maybe you need help configuring a new computer or server, or transferring your data to a new computer. Is your machine dead? There’s a good chance we can recover your data even if your machine won’t turn on!
The internet and your local area network (wifi) is your pipeline to the outside digital world. Network design, troubleshooting, and enhancements are common tasks for us. Don’t let your network’s performance limit your performance. Perhaps your home or business needs better wifi coverage. Or, your company needs to ensure your network is secure. We’re also experts in Virtual Private Networks (VPN) for secure remote access to your computer and network devices such as security cameras, printers, and server databases.
Our technical expertise extends beyond Apple products to help you choose the right technology for your needs. Or, we can help you troubleshoot technologies you already own. If necessary, we can contact a vendor, such as Comcast or Centurylink, or a manufacturer to resolve a technical issue for you–we speak their language.
Having trouble with a device attached to your computer? Not sure where the problem is? We can figure it out! Whether it be a printer, scanner, network device, or unique USB peripheral, we come to you to see the whole picture, determine the cause, and find a solution.
Patiently explaining how to use your Apple device, or explaining how to do a particular task is something we love to do. Unlike most of our competitors, we offer a lower price for training than our other services. We believe in empowering clients to know how to do something themselves.
Sometimes a problem can be resolved over the phone without an onsite visit. This saves a lot of money and time.
With over 20 years of experience in hardware and software engineering, we offer our services to anyone who needs help crossing the technical divide.
Here’s what our clients say about our work:
“Randy at Xcellent Macintosh Support offers reliable, intelligent and pleasant help. I would recommend him in a heart-beat. I was having difficulties with my email account and Randy knew exactly what the problem was. Thank you for your honest business practices!”
– Stacy Weber
“I’ve known Randy for over 7 years and he’s provided nothing but exceptional and friendly Macintosh support. I’ve recommended him to many clients, all of whom say great things about his ability to detangle frustrating Wi-Fi woes, take control of networking issues, wrangle printers into submission, and generally improve all things Macintosh. I cannot recommend him highly enough.”
– Canton Becker
About Randy Weber
Owner, Xcellent Macintosh Support
Randy Weber is a professionally trained engineer with bachelor of science degrees in Electrical Engineer and Computer Science from UC Irvine. His engineering experience includes having worked at Walt Disney Imagineering designing cutting-edge computer architectures and vehicle control systems for EPCOT, Tokyo Disneyland and Walt Disneyworld. At Emulex Corporation he designed disk and tape controllers for small computer systems. At Corollary Inc. he designed integrated circuits used for the first commercial multiple processor computer systems. All along, he often accepted responsibilities doing IT support, which has been his primary focus since 1996. He as been an Certified Apple Consultant for 13 years.
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