Colleyville Computer Service Helps Students Maximize MacBooks
The Colleyville computer service experts at Computer CPR discuss easy ways to maintain MacBooks just in time for school.
Southlake, TX (I-Newswire) September 1, 2013 - For a college student, a laptop is nothing less than essential. Unfortunately, all computers (even Macs) begin to fade the more they are in use. With students preparing to return to school to tackle research papers, slide shows and essays, the Colleyville computer service experts at Computer CPR are sharing four easy ways to ensure MacBooks stay running long after the end of the semester - no expensive upgrades or gadgets needed.
Get updated. Those pop-ups declaring the latest upgrades available upgrades can seem like a major annoyance, but Mac owners should take heed. Installing new programs through Software Update will boost operating speeds and fortify the computer's virus defense and negate the need for future virus removal. Give OS 10.8 Mountain Lion a try to ensure the computer is ready for class, too.
Ditch unnecessary programs. After implementing all available updates, it's wise to start filling up that digital silver trashcan on the bottom right. Dig through Documents, Downloads and Applications folders and select unnecessary files to delete. If a hard drive is clogged with data, it won't run as efficiently as possible. Dragging and dropping the icon of the program will delete the associated files is most cases, but downloading AppCleaner (it's free!) will guarantee no trace of the program remains. To finish up, select System Preferences, click Accounts and delete unused items in the Login Items tab.
Practice routine maintenance. Computers can benefit from back-to-school checkups, too. To ensure there are no developing issues with the disk, click Disk Utility and select Verify Disk. If an error appears, choose Repair Disk and watch the issue quickly be resolved. The information technology consultants at Computer CPR will gladly assist clients with performing Mac maintenance.
For collegians desiring a serious boost in computer performance, the Fort Worth Mac and PC repair experts at Computer CPR can replace drained batteries, install memory upgrades and resolve any nagging issues to provide a well-functioning MacBook. Computer CPR also supplies desktop computer repair, data recovery and network administration in the Fort Worth metropolitan area.
To learn additional information about technology services, visit our website,
Computer CPR or call (817) 915-0111.
Computer CPR is a team of expert information technology consultants who supply network administration services, Mac and PC repair, data recovery and virus removal in Southlake and
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Published On:September 1, 2013
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