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Some Don̢۪ts of Using your Laptop

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Laptops are extremely useful pieces of technology that we just cannot risk getting damaged or even slow. In this century our lives depend on our laptops, they contain all our data, lifeâs work and numerous things which make our lives easy and dependent. A faulty laptop means overheating, slow processor, low or zero battery life, sound issues and many other faults which can greatly hinder our work and what we all want to avoid. It does not matter if you purchase expensive or cheap refurbished laptops; they both require equal amounts of high care.


We all âDoâ everything with our laptops without thinking about the consequences thus here are some âDonâtsâ which need to be taken into consideration for maximum laptop life:


· Donât Put the Laptop near Liquids or Food


One thing we all need to remember is that our laptopâs certainly do Not have eating or drinking requirements and must at all times be kept away from food. No matter how important the work is do not eat in front of your laptop for the sake of its long life. Spilled liquid can cause electronics to malfunction and serious maintenance will be required thus its better to focus on prevention.


· Donât Over Charge the Battery


It is common to leave the battery plugged in even after it has full charged. No matter what the reason is, even if you have a presentation soon and would require a full battery, try to recharge it later and unplug it for now. The most common reason for dying batteries is overcharging. For a healthy and long lasting battery it is advisable to charge up till 98% and plug out and then recharge when the battery is around 10%.


· Donât Place The Laptop On Soft Surfaces


Laptops always must be placed on a hard flat surface and certainly not on beds or rugs because they can block the air vents, add dust, and trap air inside. These soft surfaces will cause the laptopâs temperature to instantly rise since cold air will not be allowed to enter and it will result in malfunctioning of the laptop. We hardly ever notice how heated our laptop has become until it has reached its peak which can be very dangerous. Itâs best to invest in laptop trays and cooling pads or laptop stands if essential to use the laptop on a soft surface.


· Donât Allow Dust To Enter The Laptop


You really donât want dust to enter your laptop because overheating problems pose to be a major nuisance. Invest in some laptop skin covers, dusters and keyboard vacuums and constantly clean. Dust is a main cause for blockage of air vent and heat to be trapped inside; this is a cause for hindrance in processor activity and must be avoided.









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Laptops are extremely useful pieces of technology that we just cannot risk getting damaged or even slow. In this century our lives depend on our laptops, they contain all our data, lifeâs work and numerous things which make our lives easy and dependent. A faulty laptop means overheating, slow processor, low or zero battery life, sound issues and many other faults which can greatly hinder our work and what we all want to avoid. It does not matter if you purchase expensive or cheap refurbished laptops; they both require equal amounts of high care.

We all âDoâ everything with our laptops without thinking about the consequences thus here are some âDonâtsâ which need to be taken into consideration for maximum laptop life:

· Donât Put the Laptop near Liquids or Food



One thing we all need to remember is that our laptopâs certainly do Not have eating or drinking requirements and must at all times be kept away from food. No matter how important the work is do not eat in front of your laptop for the sake of its long life. Spilled liquid can cause electronics to malfunction and serious maintenance will be required thus its better to focus on prevention.

· Donât Over Charge the Battery



It is common to leave the battery plugged in even after it has full charged. No matter what the reason is, even if you have a presentation soon and would require a full battery, try to recharge it later and unplug it for now. The most common reason for dying batteries is overcharging. For a healthy and long lasting battery it is advisable to charge up till 98% and plug out and then recharge when the battery is around 10%.

· Donât Place The Laptop On Soft Surfaces



Laptops always must be placed on a hard flat surface and certainly not on beds or rugs because they can block the air vents, add dust, and trap air inside. These soft surfaces will cause the laptopâs temperature to instantly rise since cold air will not be allowed to enter and it will result in malfunctioning of the laptop. We hardly ever notice how heated our laptop has become until it has reached its peak which can be very dangerous. Itâs best to invest in laptop trays and cooling pads or laptop stands if essential to use the laptop on a soft surface.

· Donât Allow Dust To Enter The Laptop



You really donât want dust to enter your laptop because overheating problems pose to be a major nuisance. Invest in some laptop skin covers, dusters and keyboard vacuums and constantly clean. Dust is a main cause for blockage of air vent and heat to be trapped inside; this is a cause for hindrance in processor activity and must be avoided.

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