January is a busy time of year. Some people make resolutions and goals for the rest of the year. January is also "get organized" month. Along with getting organizing and working on your resolutions, it's a great time to clean up your computer.
Let's face it, we use our computers every day and they can get pretty funky, so I though I'd share some tips with you on how to keep your computer clean.
Did you Know?
A study in England discovered the "average" office keyboard had bacteria and germs 6 times the level on a toilet seat.
Okay, I'm grossed out. That fact alone has me motivated to clean my computer.
Here's some tips:
Use compressed air to get rid of light dust build up on the screen/keyboard.
A Q-tip dipped in alcohol is another way to quickly clean your keyboard. Just don't drip liquid between the keys.
When you clean the monitor use a lint free cloth or a cleaning product designed for monitors. Windex now sells a "wipe" specifically for electronics and monitors.
Don't use water on the keyboard. Trust me on this.
Question for you: How often do you clean your computer? Do you have any cleaning tips that work for you? Feel free to share. I'd love to your comments.
Author Bio: Stephanie Burkhart is a 911 Dispatcher for LAPD. January is spent taking down Christmas and going to Weight Watchers.
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