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PC Running Perfectly

Get Rid of Malware

Malware is similar to a virus, but it can cause an increase of damage to computers. For example, malware can infect a computer and then cause the cooling system to stop working, resulting in a computer that is overheated. After this, the computer’s hard drive will no longer work. The only solution is usually to buy a new computer.

Instead of dealing with this hassle, download a free program that is designed to specifically get rid of malware. Once the malware on a computer has been eliminated, many users notice an increase in speed and a brighter picture.

Keep it Clean

Cleaning a PC should be a part of every people weekly dusting routine. Computers can accumulate a bit of dust on the screen, keyboards and, for desk top computers, on the hard drive. Once this dust makes its way inside of a computer, it can have a disastrous impact. Dust is also one of the most common causes of computers overheating.

Fan Filters

Specialized products can help cut dust that has the potential to make it into the inner parts of a computer’s hardware. A variety of 120 mm fan filters are available for computer owners to purchase. The size does not have to be 120 mm, as the size may vary depending on the computer. It is vital to contact a specialist for help with their product if the computer owner is unsure of whether a 120 mm, 80 mm or other size would be best.

These help prevent dust from ever getting inside of computers in the first place, eliminating the risk of damage caused by dust, and are available in different sizes. If a computer does not have in internal fan, a filter of about 120 mm will usually fit inside the grille of the computer, and serves the same purpose.

Keep it cool

Cooling systems are important for maintaining the performance of a pc. Computers that get to hot on a regular basis are at risk for thermal damage due to overheating. This risk is increased if there is dust inside the computer. Make sure that computers stay cool by storing them in a cool place and avoid leaving them in areas that are exposed to increased temperatures, such as the trunk of a car.