Dust build-up will prevent your PC from properly cooling down, and heat can even cause damage to your hardware. Laptop fans can also run at full speed and may drain your battery. You need to be regularly cleaned to allow proper air flow and thus improve PC efficiency.
Before beginning to clean your laptop, make sure that it is shut down and disconnected from the power source. From inside, you should start cleaning your laptop, which has more dirt than the
Here we’ll give you tips on cleaning your machine inside and out.
Unscrew the back panel of the laptop. Review your laptop’s manual or online before you open your laptop for the first time.
Use a can of compressed air to blast your laptop’s internals from the center of your laptop to its vents. Make sure you’re blowing the dust out of the case of your laptop, not just bringing it inside.
When you can’t open your laptop, or if you’re concerned about the warranty, point a can of compressed air at the cooling vents of the laptop and give them a couple of short air bursts.
Spray the compressed air can between the keys to remove all the dirt and clean the keyboard gently with a water-dampened microfiber cloth.
#3Cleaning The Screen
Fold a dampened microfiber cloth with a solution for computer screen cleaning and massage it gently in a circular motion across the screen. Be sure to wipe away all the moisture excess before cleaning your screen.
#4Cleaning The Exterior Parts & Track-pad
Get a smooth, non-abrasive, non-linty, water-dampened microfiber cloth or isopropyl alcohol and wipe the machine gently to clean it up. Isopropyl alcohol dries quickly and is therefore considered to be the safest.