Simple Laptop Repairing Tips

Simple Laptop Repairing Tips

Are to trying to find ways to fix your laptop before going out for the professional computer repair service? Windows PCs tend to be prone to faults and glitches more frequently, and some simple repairs can be done at home.

With the development of technology, bulky laptops are now getting replaced with slim and lightweight ones. But even now the simple update in power, size, capacity and memory can cause the PC to go faulty and stress you.

Keep reading to find some simple solutions to most common laptop repair tips:

Shutting Down of the Down After the Loud Fan or Heating Up of the Laptop

The laptop tends to limit the air intake to the fan when it is frequently moved around. Also, the fan drags in dust and other dirt particles. It affects the cooling system of the laptop.  And the issue can be addressed by placing the laptop on hard, flat surfaces instead of putting it on the softer surface. It helps in avoiding to block the air passage in the system. Make sure to clean the fan with compressed air regularly. Also, to avoid frequently shutting down of the system, limit the number of programs that you run at a time.

When You Find the Laptop Running Slow

The laptop tends to work slowly due to several reasons, such as limited hard drive space or malware functions. It could also be the first sign of failure of the system. To increase the speed of the system, ensure that you have closed all the programs that continue to run in the background. Open the Task Manager and directly close the programs that you would not need to be running by selecting them and clicking End task’. You may even sort the programs by their memory usage and close the ones that you do not need currently. But ensure that you do not accidentally close the application that your operating system needs to complete you working.

When You Find That the Laptop Starts Normally but Gets Slower

The most effective solution to this issue is by restarting the system once. If you find the computer screen to be frozen, try force shutting down the system by holding the power button until the computer turns off and then start again.

If you find that the system is getting slower after the start-up, check for any recently installed software program in your device, and uninstall it by removing it from the Windows Control Panel. Check the improvement of the system once the software program is uninstalled and if required, try reinstalling it again.

Also, check for the multiple versions of the same program that could be running using the Windows Control Pane, and if you spot any duplicates, uninstall both the version and then reinstall it.

Failure of Laptop Battery

Draining out of the battery quickly is another major issue found in the laptop. The best fix is to drain the laptop energy completely and try to recharge it. Check for any power cable damage that needs to be fixed.

It is best to use a new AC adapter to charge your battery to check if there is an issue with the battery or if the problem is due to AC adapter.  If the battery is charging, the issue could be with the AC adapter.

Though simple tips help to solve minor issues in your laptop, it is best to get the professional help for any type of laptop repairs, repair printer or other electronic devices. It helps in avoiding the further damaging or wastage of money repairing the additional fault.

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