Common PC and Laptop Difficulties:
Your screen might not always appear to be cracked or even broken. Sometimes the real problem is actually behind the visible screen we see. Cracked screens can be caused by too much force being applied when closing the laptop, or usually just handling it roughly. If there is visible cracks on the screen that is preventing you from using your laptop for daily purposes then it is best to repair it!
Spilt juice, tea, coffee, water or other liquids could be very harmful for your device so it is critical to react quickly. The battery must be taken out as soon as possible to prevent any further damage. It is important that the laptop is not switched on before it is taken apart and every drop of liquid is removed from electronic components as this causes corrosion. Even if your device had switched on afterwards, it sill wont be perfect, its more likely that the device will stop working in time as corrosion will proceed.
Programs starting automatically? Unexpected messages? Viruses tend to cause damage to the system and could resort in your programs starting and closing unexpectedly, or allowing pop ups to randomly appear. Other viruses can corrupt data or decrease system performance. If you think your PC might be infected, its best to install an antivirus software. If you already have one but the problem is still occurring, we're here to help.
If your laptop is running slow, it is important you update your antivirus software to protect your device from any viruses that could be causing it to operate slowly. If its not a virus, the hard drive could contain unnecessary files that is clogging up space and therefore reducing the speed of the system. Another factor could be that the devices' memory is running low and is therefore unable to store files or takes long to and slows down the laptop. Refreshing you Windows or/and expanding RAM memory is the most cost effective way to restore full speed of your device.
The most common reason for your laptop overheating is due to dust blocking up the components or even that the thermal paste between the processor and the radiator needs to be exchanged. If your laptop overheats, its best to bring it in for us to take a closer look.
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