Avoiding malware, keeping antivirus protection up to date, and not clicking strange links are not the only ways to practice safer computing. Keeping your hardware clean and in good working order are also good practices.
When you suffer from a cold, feeling lousy is just part of the problem. If the computer is a vital tool for your work, a sick workstation or laptop is just as bad. How can you keep your PC in tip-top shape?
By Ken Satterfield If you are dragging, a doctor will tell you that some of the culprits could be excess weight, too much stress or not enough exercise. (Or age, but let’s not go there.) Likewise, if your computer seems to be slowing down, several