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How about hot temperatures?

How about hot temperatures?
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“The biggest danger for computers is extreme heat,” Walsh says. “Anytime that a computer is exposed to extremely hot conditions, it is best to power it down and leave it switched off. Even a relatively hot office can potentially be highly damaging to a computer’s components if the computer is overheating. This will substantially reduce the life span of the computer and is much more of a concern than the cold.”

Now that you know when to shut down or restart, check out these 10 tricks to make your computer run faster.

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Source: RD.com

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