The thing about owning a PC (if it’s a desktop), is that we tend to use them quite excessively as Facebook draws us into an addiction, or everything else on a PC that you can do on a daily basis. It’s super addicting, and there are actually health concerns with this addiction, like obesity and such. Anyways, just like owning a car, you have to maintain your PC to keep it running.
I don’t mean updating your Antivirus daily, but I mean the hardware part. Dust gets in that computer somehow, through the vents. Fans keep the computer cool, but overtime, dust can build in there and build up and eventually it can get so bad that it will cause your computer to fail all because of the dust build up, the fans aren’t designed to keep dust out but to keep the computer cool. Anyways, the best option for you to prevent this from happening is to buy a computer vacuum like the one I have above this paragraph.
It’s a good investment to keep your computer from overheating and failing and having to bring your computer to the shop to pay an additional $100 to get it fixed, well it could cost even more than that. For an investment of under $100 a computer vacuum could be well worth the investment.
My vacuum I can’t recommend since it’s out of date, or discontinued. So I took a look around online and found you guys the perfect vacuum, for $59 you can get the Metro Data Vacuum ED500 Datavac Electric Duster. This is the picture below:
Once you get one of these, clean your computer out every 6 months. Don’t use your regular vacuum, as it could harm your PC.
For me, my first PC I ever had eventually had this very problem. When it stopped working I didn’t know what to do, so I called the computer tech. I was able to get it sent away and fixed, and it was then sent back to me, all I had to pay was shipping. Lucky my warranty did not run out. So when your warranty is out then you have to buy a whole new PC if you don’t know how to replace the parts inside your current failed PC. It definitely pays to know how to fix computers, which is what I have learned from trial and error.