Have you ever wondered why computers break down most often? One of the main causes of computer failures is heat. Laptops in particular tend to heat up more than desktop computers because of their design.
Why is my laptop heating up?
The cooling system of a laptop is not perfectly efficient, and the accumulation of dust adds to the temperature problem. Even in very clean environments, protecting the laptop from dust is difficult. Finally, dust leads to the need for computer servicing. The frequency with which a computer should be cleaned depends on a number of factors, including the intensity of use and the environment.
What happens when a laptop gets hot?
As dust accumulates, the air outlet in the cooler malfunctions, causing the computer's components to wear out, slowing down performance and, if dust is not removed in time, causing the computer to crash. Special cooling pads in this situation are inefficient and a misuse of costs.
Dust cleared, but the computer is still hot
Even after dusting, your laptop may continue to heat up due to a faulty cooling radiator or severe overheating from a previous experience. In these cases, replacement of the heatsink or other maintenance measures are required. In summary, overheating is the most common problem for laptop users, and it is recommended to contact a computer repair specialist if you experience this phenomenon.