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LifeLine Repairs Discusses How to Extend the Life of Your Computer

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The Atlanta phone repair professionals, LifeLine Repairs, offer tips for keeping your computer running longer. Knowing the do's and don'ts of desktop and laptop upkeep can save you a lot of money.

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ATLANTA, GA, June 12, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta iPhone repair company, LifeLine, talks about how you can keep your computer running well for years to come. Believe it or not, there is no secret to a long-lasting PC or Mac, whether you are using a desktop or laptop. Computers are mechanical devices full of many delicate electrical parts, so it bears noting that improper upkeep will inevitably increase system wear and tear.

Long Live Your Computer

Did you know that frequently turning your computer on and off is not recommended? Leaving the power on for days at a time is actually better because those fragile internal components are not designed to handle high energy loads in extended intervals. The power required at startup does more damage from a lifespan perspective than continual operation, despite the fact that many people believe otherwise.

A good rule of thumb is to restart your computer about once a week as this will refresh the system and allow any needed updates to run their course. The Atlanta phone repair pros also note the importance of cleaning the tower's fans. To do this the right way, turn the computer off and manually remove each fan prior to cleaning. This will prevent dust and dirt from coming into contact with the motherboard.

According to Matt McGee, Founder of Lifeline Repairs, "Always make sure your computer is plugged into a surge protector. In the event of a power outage, this inexpensive device could be a lifesaver!"

Keep your machine healthy with routine, hard drive defragmentations and system optimization.

Lifeline is a leading Atlanta Mac repair business. For more information about their services, feel free to visit http://lifelinerepairs.com/.

About LifeLine Repairs:

In today's society's fast-paced environment, LifeLine understands that mobile devices are essential for a complete life. Their business is centered on keeping you connected with your world by offering high-quality cell phone repair in Atlanta, as well as parts and service. Their team acknowledges that your mobile devices are your lifeline.

For more information, visit http://lifelinerepairs.com/.

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