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Possible consequences of dusting the laptop, self-disassembling and cleaning the laptop, useful tips on how to do it right and what you should not do.
Dust consists of small particles that enter through the grill of a laptop’s cooling system. After six months or a year, the ideally clean notebook inside becomes dirty. Fans can not blow out all the dust that clogs the radiator of the cooling system, and then the motherboard and accessories. Gradually, dust increases in size and interferes with the operation of the device, especially overheating affects the battery life of the laptop.
If you do not carry out timely cleaning, the laptop will simply overheat and stop working. Unpleasant fan noise and noticeable heating of the case are clear signs of clogging of the cooling system, followed by a decrease in performance. Many people spend a tidy amount of service to maintain order inside the laptop. However, in most cases, you can save a budget and do this simple business on your own. Continue reading