How to Care For Notebooks

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1. How to Bring
Do not be carrying a notebook in conditions still stand by, because it will affect your hard drive. This is because the hard disk still in the rotating condition, where the eye is not the hard drive in a safe position and is still above the disc. This position can make a beret and hard drives have resulted in damage or loss of data. However, this suggestion does not apply for notebooks that use SSD storage.
2. How to Save
Keep your notebook in a dry place. When not in use, preferably stored neatly in a notebook bag notebook case to avoid exposure beret. Place the notebook on a flat field and avoid piling up the goods on the notebook when not in use. Piles of bodies on the notebook will press the LCD screen and can result in damage to the screen, the severity of the LCD can crack. Avoid too notebook from exposure to direct sunlight, because the exterior components made of rubber will harden and can fade the color casing.
3. How to Use
This depends on the type of notebook you use. Netbook, designed to launch the application lightweight, such as office applications, browsing activities, multimedia (music, non-HD movies, light photo editing, etc.), and should not be embedded with other applications that demand high performance.
As for the notebook, you should adjust your application to the notebook performance. Remember, Installing many applications that are not important only will make your notebook’s performance slowed. This is due to the greater capacity so that the system hardsik oeprasi more difficult to read.
4. How to Upgrade
Elements of the easiest in upgrades to the notebook is the hard drive and memory. While in some other notebooks, you can also upgrade your optical drive and processor. The addition of memory will make the performance of notebooks become more powerful. Keep in mind, when a memory upgrade, adjust well with the operating system you use. 32bit operating systems can only read up to 3GB of memory, while 64bit operating systems can read more than 3GB of memory.
Notebook. Users generally upgrade this component because of the needs and kasitas notbook great memory. Currently, disk rotational speed is divided into two types of rounds, that is 5400RPM (Rotation Per Minute) and 7200RPM. Unfortunately, the hard drive with a 7200RPM hard to find in Indonesia. Hardisk high this makes the notebook operating system and applications will be more responsive.
The solution could be to choose the SSD that the longer the cheaper. However, the weakness of the available capacity of the SSD is still small so it is more suitable for you who are very mobile. With SSD, the possibility of damage to data storage and data loss is very small.
5. How to Clean
LCD screen and the casing and keyboard on your notebook must be maintained clean. LCDs are dirty, full of modes and stamp hands very uncomfortable because they interfere with vision on the screen. To clean your notebook screen, use a soft cloth. Cain should be in moist when diusapkan on the field screen. For the casing, wipe the surface with a dry cloth. While on the keyboard, just use fluffy brush.
6. How to Extend Lifespan Notebook
* Setting Power Management
* Increasing the Capacity of Memory (RAM)
* Perform System Defrag
* Lower Contrast
* Turn off the process / program running in background
* Do not Leave the CD / DVD Optical Drive
* Remove the device from USB ports
* Turn off Unnecessary Connectivity Feature
* Select Mode Hibernate, not Standby
* Avoid Multi-tasking Practice
* Switching Graphics
* Replace Hard Disk with SSD
7. How to Maintain Batteries
Clean the contacts made of brass found in batteries and notebook using a cotton bud and contact cleaner. There is a good idea to also familiarize spent battery for a two or three days by using battery power only when used and when the low battery warning appears soon install the adapter again


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