help tomorrow's troubles, but it does ruin
~Gary A. Freedman
Happy August! As we enter the hottest month of the
year, it might be appropriate to talk about one the major causes of
computer failure — HEAT.
Heat damages the insides of your computer, similar to what happens to the elastic in your underwear when you dry them in a hot dryer multiple times. Eventually, they lose their elasticity and become dry and crumbly.
So how can you prevent heat? First, keep the computer components clean, especially the fans. This is easily accomplished by taking the side off of the case and using a can of air to blow the dust out. This is best done with the computer turned off and outside. Need air? Need help? Come see us, we will show you how.
Second, turn the computer off. I know the debates about leaving the computer on vs turning the computer off. I know that some computers are required to stay on because they are servers or they need to perform backups after hours, but for those that don’t have to be left on—turn them off. Not only will you save on your electric bill, you will also lengthen the life of the computer.
We’re cleaning house and thought you might like to explore a New Use for an Old Keyboard
We also have some older ink cartridges. Can You use any of these Overstock Items?
No reasonable offer will be refused!
06A HP Toner for 5L
74A HP Toner for 4L
51641A HP Tri Color Cartridge
1816A HP Color Cartridge
#17 HP 840 Cartridge
#23 HP Cartridge
#49 HP Cartridge
#78 HP Cartridge
#15 HP Deskjet Cartridge
S020036 Epson Stylus Cartridge
Cannon Bubble Jet Black & Color Cartridges
Okidata 380/390/391 Ribbons
100 MB Zip Disks