Clean Your Computer With Compressed Air

July 13, 2011

Today’s post is a combination of a tip and a hardware product. Hopefully you spend some time on a regular basis keeping your computer clean in a digital manner. I gave you one such suggestion about Disk Cleanup a few days ago.

In addition to keeping the digital aspect of the computer clean, you also need to keep it physically clean. That means opening up the case at least once a year and blowing out the dust bunnies and other junk that accumulate. It is not a good idea to use a vacuum it could harm things. Your best bet is to use a can of compressed air. I provided a link to a 6-pack and you can never get enough of this stuff! Use it to blow the dust out of your computer and it should run much more reliably. It won’t remove the bugs from software, but it helps you avoid hardware problems.

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