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Keeping your computers ventilation clean and cool

IMPORTANT Keeping your computers ventilation clean will help it live and longer life one of the main reasons for a computer to over heat is the build up of dust and lint it collects inside and around vents and fan areas! to prevent this, use 'compressed air in a can' this used in the correct way will blow away any dust/lint that prevents the proper airflow to keep it all cool and will make many parts inside of the computer overheat and in some cases die so with a simple 'clean rule' by taking care in the correct way use of a compressed air can' will help prevent your computer from overheating and prolong the use of it.

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