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4 Common Ways You Should Avoid To Protect Your PC From Getting Spoilt

Have you been wondering how you can protect your PC from getting spoilt at an early age, if yes i've got some "pc-saving" tips for you;)

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Even though in reality, there are different varieties of ways in which a computer could got destroyed which is either by the USER or the ENVIRONMENT but since i do not want to make you feel famished during or after reading the post, i'll be introduce the popular ways caused by THE USER.

4 Ways You Can Protect Your PC From Yourself

  1. ManHandling: Have you ever watched a korean or an american movie where you saw a tech guy operating and using his Pc in such a carefree way and you was like "oh mine! I would like to do that too!
    Well it might sounds fun acting like those tech people but hey easy, they didn't get to do all that in a day. What if your being Carefree turns into Carelessness and sends your PC into an untimely Death?
  2. Using Unsupported Device: If you're the type who loves adding extra functionality, there are high chance that you might be tempted with this NO #2. What i mean is; you may come across something fabulous that you really does wish to use with your PC. Meanwhile this fabulous of a thing had been proved not to support your computer but you just do not want to let it go.
    Using stuff not supported with your PC has an higher chance of reducing its immunity thus making it liable to being SPOILT.
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  4. Installing Unnecessary Softwares: Using Pareto Laws to form my own quote, Did You Know;

    "You Use 80% of your Softwares
    20% of the Time
    you use 20% of your Softwares
    80% of the Time" -Tuham Sanusi

    Why installing 80 softwares on your computer when you already know you'll barely be using a quarter of those softwares?
    Installing *Unnecessary Softwares* not only slows your computer speed but might also cause something more than that.
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  6. Not Using An Antivirus: If you're using a PC without having any reliable antivirus, how would you protect your computer from risk? Most especially for those who do surf and download things from the net.
    Getting an antivirus does really helps by reducing the chance of your computer being infected with malwares that can destroy it.
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  1. PC, Laptops, Tabs and other electronic gadgets should always be handled with care. Great tips.

  2. Didn't know No #1 can also be applied to other electronic gadgets, thanks for the cute suggestion

  3. Wao that's why I don't have many softwares on my system Cus I don't install unwanted softwares, its better to have a PC that's fast with few softwares than one with many software's and is slow.

    Yhansk for this post.

  4. You nailed it bro. Better to have a few softwares in which a PC would runs faster than unnecessary larger files, that slows down the computer

    1. Anonymous1/1/16

      Very useful tips you have here. I just bought new laptop and this great info will help me to manage it more carefully. Thanks


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