Top 5 Ways to Keep Your Computer Healthy
A computer can be a great tool, but unfortunately many people do not realize how important it is for their well being. Well, it is important, because all those light-weight computers can be a great health hazard, not to mention a George generating hazard.
Here are 5 good ways to keep your computer in tiptop shape:
1)Turn Off Unnecessary Features
Your computer will feature unnecessary features even if you’re not actively using them. Like, your Facebook page will have status updates even if you’re not hooked up to it.
Facebook status updates are an example of a feature that is unnecessary and will make your computer tired quickly. Go to your Termites menu and click on View Notes. Remove all unnecessary features and view in light color.
2) Clean Registry often
To keep your computer in top shape, clean up the registry. However, this needs to be done with a fresh mind. Some peopleially delete the empty registry keys. To keep your computer from being cluttered fast, you need to delete the registry. But be careful what you delete, because it may lead to multiple windows opening.
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try fixing the problem yourself first – wait to download the newest version of your favorite phone OS. However, if your computer is not letting you install updates, you may try the store where you bought your computer or Google for it. Another option is to call the customer hotline number of your PC’s maker. Once you’re connected, you can have a try fixing your PC.
“How can I speed up my PC?” is among the most frequently asked questions which are usually answered by computer users who are not aware of a few things about their computers. If your computer has not been running smoothly for a long time, maybe it is time to do maintenance on it. Here are five things which you can do:
#1 Clean up the dust from your PC’s air intakes
These are small fans that cool the internal air of your computer. Usually they are tiny and can be unscrewed from the CPU. To clean them, just follow these steps:
Open up your CPU’s front cover. Use an air compressor to fill the space with compressed air.
Next, you should press down on each fan blade to unplug it. After that, remove the blades themselves and lay them on the aisles.
#2 Clean up the CPU’s air intake filters
These are rareHot Air Cuttersare used to clean the front portion of the cooling fins of the CPU. After that, you should press down on the switches located on the rear of your CPU. After that, you should allow your CPU to cool down by applying the case fans to the CPU’s fan blades.
#3- Keep your hard drive defragmenting itself
declined hard drive file fragmentation is the most common cause of computer failures. Even if you have the latest Operating System on your computer, it is still cause for a slow down. And if you have not run any defragmenting for the past few months, you should start defragmenting your hard disk. It is also recommended that, before defragmenting, you should do a backup of your hard drive.
#4- Slow Startup
Run the below mention steps to boost your slow computer to some speed.
Open the Start Menu, and then go to Run, then type services.msc and press enter. Search for automatic updates, and opt for it. Since this tests for availability of third party computer programs, you have to be allowed some space.
Once you’re done, open the Startup tab and stretch across the programs window. It should be turned into a narrow strip where you can right-click on every program that you want to be removed. Click on the Remove button, and the chosen programs will be turned off until you opt for Optimize to Removing.
#5-Clean up the dust from your processor fan
Cooking dust and accumulations inside the computer will make it function slower and slower. This can not be avoided, so you have to schedule your cleanings. Just open the bottom of the CPU case, and you will find a port for the fan, usually on the rear of the CPU. There is a wire, also available from the rear of the CPU, lead to the power supply.
pacSpice’s thermal analysis reports indicated that the CPU fan contributed most of the heat generated by the laptop. By removing the dust and using compressed air, the speed of the fan was reduced by about 15%.
WSODEx (“Windows System Usage Tools”) shows the total power used by the processes and answers to the WScript question, “What do you think you use most times?” using the CPU as the major part.