Why is it so importance to shut down your computer when you can just close the lid and be done with it? The answer for this is two words: “longevity” and “reliability”.
Before you normally put your Mac/PC to sleep your computer has several files open, even when you do not have any windows open. The majority of them are temporary files, but even so, such that the Mac/PC System Files are still being used. Shutting down allows the computer to correctly close all running programs and update the registry as well as any other data files or caches attached to the program.Read More
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Even though some may think that updating software and Operating Systems are only a waste of your precious work time, there are actually some very good reasons for you to update.
For example, they offer better security patches to your computer to prevent viruses, fix bugs that can cause lags, and improve stability overall, and even feature enhancements. Overall it is one of the best ways to keep your laptop healthy and up-to-date. Just for clarity by updating, we do not entirely mean upgrading to the new Operating System, like from Lion to Mountain Lion or from Windows 7 to Windows 8.Read More