Best Pc Care Tips

By: Omar Mahmood

A home PC is used by different kinds of users, each with different levels of computer knowledge and different age group. In fact, the roughest use of PC is at home, so these personal computers are more prone to create problems. With a little effort and knowledge you can sort out these day to day problems, rather than waiting for your IT troubleshooter to come to your place and fix the issues.

Following are some must do guidelines for smooth functioning of your personal computer:

1.Stay Organized - Save all your documents, music, videos, software, and other data in an organized manner. Create different folders to share them inside a folder with you name. It'll help you in finding them during your next use, as well as it'll reduce the chances of unnecessary cluttering of your hard disk. But remember one thing, never save your files into System Drive, the drive on which operating system is installed.

2.Regular PC Maintenance - Be strict to routine maintenance of your PC, these maintenance tasks include Disk Defragmentation, Disk Cleanup, Temporary Files Deletion and clearing your Cache. It may seem a bit time consuming and useless at first, but when you do it on regular interval it'll take less time, and these are really important for smooth functioning of your computer. Because it helps in freeing up unused memory clusters, and proper storage arrangement of all your data. You can find Disk Defragment and Disk Cleanup utility under System Tools Submenu in Accessories Menu. Alternatively you can open Windows Explorer, select any drive, then go to properties by right clicking and you'll see both the utilities there.

3.Removal of Unused Software - There are several software and plug-in which are installed automatically when you browse internet, or you install them at various point of time for testing or other purposes. Remove such installed software's which are no longer in use.

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