Possibly one of the longest named annual events of the yearly calendar but it does exactly what it says on the tin.
2013 is now here and it’s very stereotypical to say “out with the old and in with the new” and that’s exactly what the month of January is about. Your poor old computer could do with a fresh lease of life too so why not treat it to a clean hard drive. It’s worked hard all year and been good to you by storing all of your important documents and photographs from the family Christmas, so it’s only fair you return the favour and get rid of any unwanted files.
You could also give your computer an external clean too. I don’t mean getting sponge and water, I mean using a microfiber cloth to pick up all the dust collected by your computer over the past year. You can also use a tiny vacuum cleaner to get those hard to reach places between the keys of your keyboard.
It is important to keep your computer in tip top condition so that there are no nasty little bugs that decide to ruin its performance. These bugs can also get a hold of documents which could be very difficult to recover them. Data Recovery is possible if disaster does strike but the start of the year is the perfect time to get everything back on-track again and ensure your computer has a healthy 2013.
So let’s start the New Year with a vacuum and anti-virus install to your trusty friend and ensure that everything is running smoothly. If you don’t have a look where to start though, there are people that can help, but its best to get it done than to continue using a slow, virus infested computer.6 Years, 9 Months, 1 Week, 2 Days, 16 Hours, 40 Minutes ago.