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how to completely clean your laptop

Fadiyah Sameh
Fadiyah Sameh
Posted: 2015-04-26

In our cruel robotic era what we call digitalization; we are more dependent on devices than anything. Computer, mobile phone, tab and laptops have taken the place of our pets. That’s how we have gotten affectionate to devices. And yes we definitely need these devices for our education, for our works and we also spend our leisure within these machines. Now as attached we are to these devices specifically laptops, we need to take proper care of them to keep them running smoothly. We can clean junks inside the operating system with cleaners, optimization tools and antivirus software’s but we also need to clean the dusts, dirt’s that are accumulated inside the hardware’s. Excessive dust inside the laptop can make your laptop work slow, it can overheat your processor and it can even crash your laptop due to overheating problems. A good practice is brush or clean your laptop’s outside parts especially screen and keyboard regularly right before you start using it. And once in a while you should open your laptop and clean the inside hardware’s. Disclosing a laptop by unscrewing the panels can be scary to the novice. You could think this is a job for the professionals but to use a smart device sometimes you need to be bold and smart. To be in safe side when you unscrew your laptop panels you can keep notes what you are doing. A good idea would be take large white paper or small piece of white papers then keep the screw in them and name them according to their size or from where you have unscrewed them. You can take help from you tube videos to find out how to uncover your laptop. You can find unscrewing and uncovering your specific laptop model and version in you tube. After doing so you can use brush or laptop vacuum cleaner to clean you device completely. This will make your laptop fresh from dust; it will run faster and smoother as the processor will be under proper temperature.

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