Tools: Compressed Air – Vacuum Cleaner – Screw Driver
First, always shutdown the computer prior to maintenance. Then, detach the power cord currently plugged into the power supply and cables, such as the mouse, Ethernet, and Universal Serial Bus (USB). This makes it easier to maneuver the case as needed . Next, get a screw driver and remove the outer most screws. Finally, jiggle and lift or slide the panel and set it aside. Now gather your tools.
Compressed air and vacuum cleaners are the basic tools use to rid the chassis (case) of dust. Everyone knows a typical vacuum is used to suck in dirt; but some have the capability to blow air. If your choice is the vacuum do NOT use metallic hoses. Reason being the inner components are very sensitive to electricity and a static discharge will take it down for good. Then you’re left with a very large paper weight.
Cleaning the keyboard is fairy easy to do. Start by detaching the keyboard from the computer. Purchase a can of compressed air and there’s many on the market. Use it to blow dust from the hard to reach places between the keys. After that dampen a cloth or paper towel with rubbing alcohol and gently clean the surface of the keys.
Sometimes accidents do happen, so if you spill liquid on the keyboard shut the computer off (if on) and turn it upside down letting the liquid drain. Place it where there’s pretty good ventilation. Don’t shake it causing the liquid to spread throughout and pending on the amount of the spill I wouldn’t use for a least one day.
Learn how to clean your LCD or LED monitor…read more.
Asus – Desktop – Intel Core I3 – 12gb Memory – 2tb Hard Drive
Intel Core I3: The new low-end performance processors which doesn’t support Turbo Boost. I personally have an I3, which suits my computing needs.
Wow! 2tb Hard Drive: Equal to 2048 gb, allows you to store approximately 500,000 songs or 300,000,000 pages.
12gb Memory: 4gb is today’s standard, 6 – 8 is mid-range to high-end desktops – 16 is used by power users running advanced features and programs more than the average user…read more.
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