Things have come a long way since the old rule, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” In fact, the rule seems to have changed to “Even if it still works, if it’s not performing tops, just replace it.”
“But I like my laptop!” I hear you say, whenever you complain how slow it is and the immediate response from just about anyone is to get a new one. You may like the keyboard placement, the feel of the mouse and keys or the personalisation you gave it (and dread having to set up all over again!). Or you simply want to carry on using it because you got used to it and, after all, it’s not broken yet, is it? We get that. And we have good news for you!
Even if you are no techy and get only as far as simple usage of common computer programs and Internet browsing, you can follow these five simple steps to effectively service your laptop at home. Furthermore, I recommend a great tool to maintain your computer’s performance on a day-to-day basis. Not bad, huh? After you’ve read this article, you’ll be the one laughing.