No matter if it is for business use or for personal use, your computer is the best personal assistant you could ask for. Yes, you have to do all the input and type in all the data needed, but your computer can organise your calendars, become your notebook and relay to you all the information you are ever going to need. Ever.
So your computer? It’s pretty important. In the office it’s going to be the way you complete work and at home, it is likely going to be the method of relaxation. Your computer is important.
Why do you look after your body and mind? It’s because without them, you’re not going to get very far. Now, nobody is saying that your personal computer, be it a desktop, tablet or laptop is more important than your mind, body and soul, but if your computer fails because you haven’t looked after it, you’re going to go through a fair bit of stress.
Looking after your mind and body should come naturally to you, that’s why your task for this year is to protect your computer. There’s no reason for you to neglect your computer and it’s actually very easy to care for your device.
Firstly, give it a clean. You don’t need to bath your laptop or computer, but removing any surface debris and dust is going to do wonders for the future health of your computer. If the dust isn’t lying on the chassis of the computer, there’s less dust for the fans of the computer to suck in. Reducing the amount of dust that’s flying into the internal workings of the computer is going to make it last longer. That being said, you should take the time to occasionally peek under the hood of the computer to remove internal dust in a safe and secure manner. Dust will build up inside your computer and will eventually lead to its ruin. Don’t let this happen.
Cleaning your computer isn’t just a physical task. Files and data will build up on your computer and if they aren’t organized, removed or managed correctly, they will slow down the computer and affect its performance. Don’t let this become a buildup and make sure you act at every chance you have to store or remove files. If files are necessary, securely delete and erase them. If some files are necessary, you don’t have to keep them on your computer store or digitally archive your files to keep your computer clear and in top condition.
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