I'm Grant Nieting. Owner and primary tech for Computer Cottage.
I've lived in the Lake Wisconsin area for almost 30 years. I
included this picture so that when I come to visit you, you know who
to expect. I'd like to make the visit as easy and comfortable as
possible and earn your trust and confidence. Give us a call for your
computer support needs.
I've been fascinated and actively involved with computers and networking for the last 35+ years. I started in the early 80's with a Commodore VIC-20 and although I missed the original PC, I owned a PC-XT (8086 processor) with a monstrous (for the time) 30 MB hard drive. Shortly after, I began to build my own computers, eventually building RAID servers at the corporate level. As much as I enjoy the hardware I am also fascinated by software including different operating systems (OSs). Stop over on our products page where I mention the Linux operating system and open source software.
Hey there, I'm Zoe Nieting. Computers have been a huge part of my
life since before I could walk--sitting on my dad's lap pressing
buttons on 90s era Flight Simulator. My interest has never slowed
down, so eventually I decided to turn that interest professional and
went to University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to earn a bachelor degree
in IT and marketing. My goal is to combine those majors with my
background in customer service to help turn technology from complex
magic to simple science in the eyes of people I help.
At Computer Cottage, you'll most likely see me if you're an individual having issues with your tablet or smartphone. I can help out with Android, Apple, or Windows products--I'm happy to take a look at whatever you've got. (I also do some work behind-the-scenes with social media and print advertising: Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn! ☺)