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    PC MAINTENANCE TIPS PC MAINTENANCE TIPS

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    SirKnight

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    Join date : 2011-04-30

    Lights 1 PC MAINTENANCE TIPS PC MAINTENANCE TIPS

    Post by SirKnight on Wed 04 May 2011, 5:23 pm

    PC MAINTENANCE TIPS
    One of the most important keys to a happy
    computer (and user) is maintenance. Consistent maintenance. Below we
    list some if the routine maintenance items that should be performed on
    your computer. Call the PC Tech to schedule some or all of these
    recommended maintenance tips.
    • Dusting/Cleaning: We're not just talking
    about wiping off the top of the box with a feather duster, but a
    throughough dusting of the PC innards. It's best to use compressed air
    to blow out the insides of the computer. Be sure to do this outside so
    the dust can blow free. Dust can cause a variety of problems with the
    tiny components in your PC, one of them is heat, a killer of silicon
    based chips. Recommended service intervals depends on how dusty it is
    where you live, but at least two times per year. Remember to clean your
    floppy, CD and DVD drives too.
    • Component Reseat: Typically when you are
    dusting your PC out, it's good practice to reseat the components inside
    the computer. These components are the various PC cards, memory chips,
    CPUs, other PC boards or cables that are inserted onto a connector on
    the mother boards or other parts of the computer. Over time, the
    metallic connections on these cards can become oxidized and performance
    degradation or problems may arise. Never use rough abrasive material to
    clean these surfaces as the coated materials are very thin.
    • Operating System Updates: We'll only
    refer to the various Microsoft Windows operating systems here. If you
    don't know what a "Critical Update" is, then you really need to give us a
    call! When operating systems are released, they are not perfect. So
    after a period of time, users will report problems back to the
    manufacturer. These problems are commonly referred to as "bugs". The
    manufacturer will then release a service pack or hot fix to resolve
    these problems. Microsoft has two levels of updates; Critical Updates
    and Recommended Updates. It is very important for the security and the
    function of your PC to download and install these important updates
    whenever and as soon as they are released.
    • Drivers, Peripheral, PC & Software Updates:
    Although not always necessary, but to keep your PC in tip-top shape and
    up to date, it's a good idea to update various drivers, peripheral, PC
    and software components. This allows you to have the current, most up to
    date software or firmware from the manufacturers of the various devices
    and programs on your PC. Note: sometimes when updating these
    components, operating behaviors or procedures may change.
    • Anti-Virus / Ad-Spyware Updates: This
    should be at the top of my list, only because of the tremendous effort
    of others to spy or infect your computer with some nasty, frustrating
    bug. The time it takes for a unprotected computer running windows XP
    when connected to the internet to become infected is 20 minutes!!! That
    was an article published in 2004 by CNET. Read it here. I'm sure today
    it's much faster. BE SURE TO UPDATE YOUR ANTI-VIRUS/AD-SPYWARE PROGRAMS
    ON A WEEKLY BASIS!!!! ESPECIALLY IF YOUR AN EMAIL JUNKIE OR WEB
    SURFER!!!! More on this topic under the Virus/Spy-Adware topic in the
    left menu.
    • Hard Drive Defragmentation: Picture your
    PC has a huge filing cabinet. Typically everything is in an order of
    sorts. But if your like me, after time, the "T's" get mixed up with the
    "B's", the "D's" with the "K's" and so on. Soon it's a filing nightmare,
    and takes countless time to find anything. Your PC's hard drive is just
    like that messy filing cabinet. It is always reading (pulling) and
    writing (filing) data. After a period of time, the files are located all
    over the hard drive. This is called fragmentation, fragments (pieces)
    of data files all over the hard drive. All MS Windows operating systems
    come with a defragmentation utility, albeit slow, it helps keep your PC
    files in a nice order, thus making the PC a little faster and smoother.
    Depending on usage, you should "defrag" at least twice per month. Note:
    the PC Tech recommends a defragmentation software called DiskKeeper from
    Executive Software.
    • File Cleaning: After time and usage, your
    PC will collect alot of various, unneeded files. To help keep hard
    drive space to a maximum or to just get rid of these files, you should
    clean these files off your computer every so often. MS Windows provides a
    tool called Disk Cleaner that gets rid of most of these files. Other
    files such as "Cookies" need to be deleted manually.
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    naresh jaliya

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    Join date : 2011-07-23

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    Post by naresh jaliya on Sat 23 Jul 2011, 11:01 pm

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    naresh jaliya

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    Join date : 2011-07-23

    Lights 1 Re: PC MAINTENANCE TIPS PC MAINTENANCE TIPS

    Post by naresh jaliya on Sat 23 Jul 2011, 11:02 pm

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