Monday, March 09, 2009

A surprising PC speed culprit: dust

A surprising PC speed culprit: dust :: Free Tech Support from Ask Dave Taylor!: "Whether you realize it or not, an enemy of your computer's performance is dust. Over time, your fans will pick up dust which collects on the components, the heat sink
and on the fan blades themselves. Eventually, this impedes cooling and can cause your machine to run hot, reducing efficiency. It can also gum up the working mechanism of the fans, causing them to overheat or seize.

The issue? One you probably think about every day: how do I speed up my PC"

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