The toughest part of summer comes, the last collets of heat hours. It may be that you tap your house from the center without air conditioning, on a Mediterranean beach or arriving in Rome, famous for having warm ghosts.
The best way to spend time, or at least the one that is more at hand, is reviewing social networks, playing video games or answering work emails. The problem is that electronic devices and heat, have never been well taken away, and if the limit that are capable of holding can be reached, they can stop working.
Likewise, the excess temperature shortens the life of your devices, whether mobile, tablet or computers. In order to overcome the remaining August and reaching autumn without suffering any technological low we have compiled these advice.
Your electronic devices must be far from the sun as if they were vampires, more Bram Stoker style than twilight, because Instead of shining, if you leave the mobile phone in the sun, it is the safest thing that stops working and 'fallezca'.
In addition, both mobiles and tablet, have a system that strengthens its off if they exceed a temperature limit. So if you use it under the sun, in addition to shortening your life, you can use it for less time.
This advice also serves for laptops. If you are going to charge the mobile, always do it on a fresh surface, since the loading itself, heats the terminal. In the case of using a computer in summer, if it is portable, apy it on a cold or better surface, in an external ventilation support. Never on the legs or on a cloth surface, which can cover the ventilation slits.
Applications that promise to reduce the temperature of the terminal are false. The best thing is to close the blow processes to relieve the RAM and restrict the applications in the background, since little by little the telephone temperature is going up.
The current and the breeze that enter through the window that gives you something of truce when it tightens the sun, also helps your laptop, so always keep it in ventilated areas.
Remember that the dust also enters into the computer, being able to obstruct the fans and making your computer ends scorched. Do not forget to open it from time to time to clean it thoroughly.
The thermal paste is key for the dissipator to make good contact with the processor and relieve your thermal load. If you have a computer that already has a few years, it is very likely that this paste is dry and no longer performs its function, which repercutes directly at the computer's temperature.Updated Date: 05 September 2021, 09:18