Archives: September 2013

business broadband chester

Unlimited broadband is now available with TST line rental.  With local support throughout Chester and set up for your broadband services, this offers fantastic value for money.  If your business relies on your broadband service, you need to know that you can get help when you need it.  TST business broadband provides direct contact to engineers without the need to sit in a helpline queue.  You get onsite local support when you need.

We offer a range of broadband products from ADSL to fibre to the premises.  TST fibre is also available as an unlimited service.

Business Broadband Chester

TST broadband offers the following advantages:

  • Free onsite setup
  • Technical support included
  • The fastest available speed
  • Local IT kit configured to access the Internet
  • Live monitoring to ensure connectivity
  • Competitive pricing
  • Reliable service

To find out more contact us on (01244) 457870

Working with olounds and cour design partners Lemondrop Creative we have created a new website for accountants Lounds and Co.  Based on the Wirral Lounds and Co provide services and advice for SME’s throughout the region.  For a fantastic website and accountancy services visit

For website design and web hosting contact us (01244) 457870

TST are experienced Web design and web hosting providers.  Experts in SEO and social media.  To find our more contact us.

On April 8, 2014 support for XP will end.  This means that XP users will no longer receive free updates and security patches. XP users will become immediately vulnerable to malware viruses.

Most of the patches and updates that are released for Windows 7 & 8,also apply to XP. Once those patches are no longer available to XP users they will be unable to update their system for free. Hackers will be able to reverse engineer the patches and create viruses and malware that will affect XP systems.

computer support chester

Despite being 12 years old XP is still the second most popular operating system. Windows 7 is out in front but the number of XP systems that are still being used presents a serious problem when support ends. Most users are not aware that support for their operating system is coming to an end….or what the implications are.

With so many XP computers still in use, it is worth time and effort for hackers to create viruses and malware for the platform.  It is therefore, wise to be proactive and upgrade any XP computers to Windows 7 or 8 before the end of 2013.  This will allow time to rectify and deal with any issues that may result from the migration.