5 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Computer

5 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Computer

As more people are transitioning from traditional paper bills and documents to digital alternatives, you’ve likely accumulated quite a bit of digital clutter. Though sorting through your computer may seem overwhelming, these tips will help make the process more manageable.

 

Delete Unnecessary Data

One of the most time-consuming tasks when cleaning your computer is sorting through all your files and documents. Delete any copies of files, old apps, outdated documents, or things you no longer use to start this process.

 

Clean Your Browser

After sorting through your files, check your internet browser for extensions and remove any you no longer use. Deleting old or unused browser extensions can significantly improve speed and load-time, helping to keep your computer in the best condition.

 

Perform a Malware Scan

There are lots of malware software services on the market to help ensure your computer is safe. Do your research and pick a program that you’ll regularly utilise to scan your PC for harmful viruses.

 

Utilise an External Hard Drive

Though spring cleaning your computer involves lots of purging of excess data, you’ll likely encounter some files you can’t part with. Whether you want to keep family photos, financial records, or other valuable information, it’s best to invest in an external hard drive.

Storing these keepsakes elsewhere will not only free up computer space, but it will also protect them from potential viruses and computer failures.

 

Sanitise Your Computer

Once you’ve tackled the inner-workings of your PC, you can now focus on your computer’s overall cleanliness. Our computers are heavily used and rarely receive the cleaning they need. To eliminate germs, gently sanitise the keyboard, mouse, and monitor.

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