Cool Computers Live Forever
Okay, yes, so maybe "forever" is a bit of an exaggeration. And, fine, computers don't actually "live", either. But the point is if you keep your machine cool and comfy, then you can prevent the poor, overworked thing from breaking down after a 48-hour Facebook and Twitter marathon. So, here are some things you can do to prevent your PC from overheating.
Give it space, and not the emotional kind please. Make sure that the air flow is unobstructed and the back is open. If you keep your computer inside a desk, leave the door ajar while you're working so that the hot air won't build up inside it.
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Another thing you should do is to leave the PC case where it is. The belief that your machine would stay cooler if you run it without the covering is right up there with the childlike faith that you wouldn't possibly ever need to make back-ups, no way. Getting rid of the case would expose the computer's parts to dirt that could clog components, and that will end up causing more problems for you.
Finally, learn how to clean the machine's internal fans. You don't even need to get all grimy while doing it. Just get some canned air, open up the covering, and blast away at the dust and debris you find. You should also consider installing a cooling system in the room where you keep your PC for long-term maintenance.
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