About Paul The Computer Guy

Serving Central Oregon Since 2004

541-330-0610

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At Paul The Computer Guy, we strive to be the most reliable, responsive and friendliest computer-support company serving Central Oregon.

 

A few facts about us: 

  • We have the best Yelp and Google reviews in town

  • We are Apple and Comp-TIA certified

  • We’re the only locally owned business servicing both PCs and Macs on an on-site and drop-in basis

  • We often hear, “You guys really do know what the heck you’re doing!”

 

We serve as an on-demand IT department for numerous businesses in town and develop lasting relationships with our clients.

 

We keep our clients aware of new technology that can help them operate more efficiently and focus on what they do best.

Meet Our Team

Paul Spencer, owner

A hands-on owner and certified technician, Paul keeps a close eye on the service his staff provides. He finds great satisfaction in solving difficult computer problems and continues to service many businesses himself. 

 

Before starting his own company, Paul worked for 10 years in the aerospace industry, developing computer systems for commercial aircraft.

Paul holds his staff to his own high standards and keeps current in the field to make sure his company’s clients receive the best technology. 

He and his wife, writer Suzanne Schlosberg, moved to Bend in 2004 and became avid Nordic skiers. Paul is also an enthusiastic mountain biker, backpacker, and downhiller. He loves snow camping with his twin boys, coaching their basketball team, and volunteering at their school.

 

A longtime bluegrass fan, Paul recently took up the banjo.

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Ryan Lewis, technician

 

Every once in a while, a problem is so baffling that even Paul The Computer Guy needs a computer guy.

That guy is Ryan Lewis.

“If he can’t fit it, no one can” says Paul. “He’s in a league of his own.”

Ryan says the jobs he likes most are the “strange” ones — “the ones that really challenge my brain” — and he performs his best when he’s multitasking. “I have a really good memory for technical details, and I can easily hop between computers. I’m working on 10 right now. I do it all the time.”

Ryan developed his skills as a teenage video-game fanatic. “I never had a good computer, so in order to play games, I always had to optimize what I had.”

Before joining Paul the Computer Guy, Ryan owned a computer-repair business, based in Sunriver.  He’s happy he no longer has to run his own show. “Fixing computers is a lot more fun than doing QuickBooks,” he says.

Low-Level Celebrity Endorses Paul

Do you know this guy? Eh, we didn't think so. Still, a celebrity endorsement is a celebrity endorsement.

"The Anti-Geeks of Computer Repair"

Quality of life attracted former software engineer Paul Spencer and his wife, author Suzanne Schlosberg, to Bend, as it has many others. But Spencer found it's also a good place to start a computer-repair business, as well as a great location to raise a family. . .

"Love Your Laptop Again"

 

Paul appears on the TV periodically to provide computer tips. Here's one of his appearances on Good Morning Central Oregon.