The main problem with using a computer system as a backup is that if it goes down or if something goes wrong, it won’t be easy to find and fix.
A new service called Bell Computer Systems, however, promises to help fix the problem.
The company announced Tuesday that it will launch a new service in the US and Europe to help users fix problems that are occurring with their computer systems.
This service will provide access to information on how to repair or replace damaged or malfunctioning computer systems, including what they should look for, how they should connect to a network, and how they can recover data.
Bell Computer System, which is based in San Diego, California, is using a custom software called Microsoft Hyper-V to help customers.
Bell says it plans to expand its services to more countries over time, and to provide help for people who are experiencing a computer problem on their own.
“Microsoft Hyper-v is the most powerful virtualization technology available today, and it provides a powerful solution for troubleshooting issues that can be difficult to solve with other solutions,” Bell said in a statement.
The Bell Service is available in the United States and Europe, but Bell says this service is only available to customers who are enrolled in the Bell Connected Home Program, which provides a free trial of a new version of Microsoft Hyperv that includes the service.
The free trial will be available for the first time on Tuesday, the company said.
Bell will provide support for customers in the UK and Ireland, the U.K. and the U of Ireland, and Canada, and the service will be free to customers in Australia and New Zealand.
“Bell’s new service is an incredible addition to the technology and capabilities available to the community,” said Jim Stauffer, general manager for Bell’s home and business network.
“We’ve got over 500,000 customers in Canada, so we’re confident we’ll be able to help anyone who needs assistance.”
Customers will be able use the service on a computer running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, or on any other compatible operating system.
Users will be asked to sign up for a trial period of six months, and Bell will reimburse the cost of the service for any damages or service interruptions caused by a computer failure.
The service is available for both PCs and Macs, but customers in both countries can choose to install it on a single machine.
Bell is planning to launch the service in two phases: first, it will offer free trial versions of Microsoft Windows 7 and Windows 8; and then it will add a new Microsoft HyperV edition for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and Windows Server 2016, which will also be free for customers.