Eagan, Minnesota-based Twin Cities PC Repair specializes in taking care of all sorts of personal computer issues. This includes the repair of desktops, laptops, and tablets for people throughout the Minneapolis St Paul area, especially for those living in Dakota County. But the company’s Twin Cities services go well beyond that too. This includes giving home and business users helpful tips on how they can take steps to ensure their valuable PCs and laptops last them as long as possible. An important part of which is new computer set-up. An example of this comes in the form of a recent blog the company posted to its website titled ‘Finding the Best Place for Your Desktop PC’. The company owner says, “Although it’s our business to repair computers, we still like to provide helpful tips to our customers that will help them avoid having to make necessary repairs for as long as possible. That’s why we like to regularly post blog articles with this type of information. Our latest blog discusses how proper initial computer setup plays an important role in desktop longevity.”
This new Twin Cities PC Repair blog starts by stating that although many people do not think that the initial set-up location of their desktop is important as far as computer longevity is concerned, it definitely is. It’s something that goes way beyond aesthetics and comfort. That’s because there are other factors to be considered when locating a desktop PC too. These include placing the computer in an area where it will get adequate airflow and an area that does not trap the hot airflow out of it. This is what the blog terms allow a desktop computer to ‘breathe’. If a computer cannot breathe properly where it’s placed, then everything from minor problems such as frequent shutdowns to more serious issues such as internal part failure due to excess heat can occur. The article even suggested that PC owners consider setting up their desktops on more non-traditional surfaces such as those that are slotted to allow for maximum airflow in and out of their computers.
Another suggestion in the blog was that Desktop PC owners avoid placing their computers in high traffic and other types of dusty areas of their homes. Something that’s recommended because dust buildup on the parts inside of a personal computer is one of the major reasons why PCs need to be repaired. It can also be the case where computer fans and their associated parts get so clogged up with dust, that they can no longer properly cool a desktop PC which also oftentimes leads to internal parts failure. The article also suggested avoiding encapsulating a desktop when initially placing it in a home and placing it on a sturdy surface. This Twin Cities PC repair article even mentioned that placing the power cord where it won’t’ become a tripping hazard or where someone can catch on the cord and subsequently pull the computer off of a desk is also important. The blog ended by stating that those at their company are always willing to give free advice on desktop PC placement and they do offer professional desktop installation services that are very reasonably priced.
Those that have had Twin Cities PC Repair install their desktop computers or have taken their ill-working computers to them are often very satisfied with the results of the service that was provided for them. Earl Netwal stated, “I thought I was going to have to use my $1400 stimulus check to buy a new desktop. Thankfully, I called Patrick and he worked his magic diagnosing and repairing it. Now I have money left over for more enjoyable purchases. Thanks for the prompt service and reasonable pricing.” Jennifer Ball proclaimed, “Overall I was very pleased with my experience with Patrick at Twin Cities PC Repair. He offered several solutions to get my computer back up and running plus he threw in additional RAM memory. I would highly recommend this company to others!”
Those in the Minneapolis/St. Paul areas of Minnesota that would like more information about how to set up a desktop PC or need to schedule a personal computer repair can reach Twin Cities PC Repair by phone, email, or by website contact form.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
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