208 Atlatnic Ave.
Morris, MN










Front Desk



Beware of this popup


The pop up may be similiar to this and have a different phone number. Do not call this number. It is a fake security ad. The people who placed this pop up on your computer are not out to help you but to take your money.

At this point you should call Tech Plus at 320-585-5688 and we can advise you on what to do next. Most of the time it's a very simple fix and it will save you $100's of dollars.


The same thing should also be done if you are called out of the blue and told that your computer is infected. You should NEVER let a stranger talk you into letting them log into your computer to "fix" the errors on it. Please just tell them no thank you and hang up.


What to do if “Tech Support” Calls?   

  • Never give control of your computer to a third party unless you can confirm that it is a legitimate representative of a computer support team with whom you are already a customer.
  • Never provide your credit card or financial information to someone claiming to be from tech support.
  • Take the caller’s information down and report it to your local authorities or the FTC.
  • If you did allow a caller to access your computer:
  • Change the passwords for your computer, email and online banking/credit card accounts.
  • Be sure to run a virus scan
  • Consider placing a fraud alert on your credit report if you shared personal and banking information with the scammer.
  • Call your local computer repair service person for additional help and/or services.




We have greatly expanded our inventory of desktop computers, laptops, tablets and iPads. Stop in to the store and talk to Jim or Sparks about your computer needs.



We now carry paper products in the store.

White paper 8.5" X 11"

Avery 8160 Address Label

Avery 8167 Return Label

Avery 18660 Clear Address

Avery 18695 Clear Return

Colored Paper


Stop in and look and see what we have and make suggestions on what other products you would like us to stock for you.