#1 Computer will be damaged, if we have magnets glued to the CPU.
Wrong! There is no problem with the CPU, but if it happens with the monitor, then it alters their colors. Avoid using electromagnetic devices near monitors, as the colors may permanently be altered.
#2 Pushing the tray of the CD / DVD with your finger to insert it into the CPU is bad.
Wrong! Nothing will happen to drive CD / DVD if you push the tray with a normal force. It was developed exactly for that purpose.
#3 Spilling water or coffee on the keyboard can ruin it.
True! metallic contacts under the keyboard keys are in decline. You can create a short circuit and thereby it stops working.
#4 You need to have space between the monitor and the wall behind.
Wrong! The monitor is not a refrigerator. The atmosphere, in general, should be ventilated, but it is not essential that there is a great distance.
It’s much worse to have another monitor back (as in many offices) because it can be a risk of interference.
#5 When the computer is connected all night, then you better turn it off and on again.
Wrong! It is possible to keep it on with no problem. Appearances to the contrary, you feel to turn it off to rest, following human logic but hard disk lasts much longer if it stays on.
As a matter of saving energy, we should not leave the PC ON for several days, though, let alone this factor of global warming, it would be much better for the PC that never gets turned off. They were created for that.
#6 Damage to PC, if there’s a mobile phone nearby.
Wrong! No problem; At most, there will be an interference caused by the phone on speaker.
#7 After turning off the computer, it is best to wait a few seconds before turning it back on.
True! It’s much better if you wait for at least a 10 seconds before turning it back on again.
#8 Moving the CPU when the PC is ON may damage the hard disk.
Wrong! The centrifugal force that rotates the hard drive is so great that nothing happens when the CPU moves. Much less, if it is a notebook because they were created for that.
#9 For the sake of the monitor, it is best to use screen saver when not in use.
True! Because screensaver makes the colors evenly wear on the screen. To renew the images constantly, and is not spent in one place.
#10 It is convenient to watch the red light beneath the optical mouse.
True! You will not go blind, but being a fairly strong light can damage your retina.
#11 In notebooks, you must first connect the power cord to the computer and only then to the electrical outlet.
Wrong! It’s the same. Almost all modern laptops have anti-short circuit protection and are a multi-voltage level holder. They can be connected to voltages from 90-240 volts, being extremely stable.
#12 The computer should never be exposed to the sun.
True! If your computer becomes hotter than usual, life tends to decrease. Therefore, it is never a good idea to install the PC near a window where the sunlight falls.
#13 If more than 80% of the hard disk is used, the PC becomes slower.
True! It’s always a matter of proportion. If less than 20% of the disk capacity, the operation of the computer will definitely get slower.
#14 A desktop full of icons makes the PC run slower.
True! Whether they are icons of programs or files. What happens is that the video card in the PC constantly renews the information displayed on the monitor, and the more icons, longer it takes.
#15 Do not remove a USB Flash Drive without stopping the service.
True! You must select the ‘ Safely Remove Hardware ‘ before removal. Otherwise, you run the risk of burning the USB memory device.
#16 Turning off the PC directly by using the power button without performing the traditional shutdown will damage the hard disk.
True! The hard drive can burn to be off while reading or writing. When turned off suddenly, plates covering the disk (which rotates to 10,000 rpm) descend.
When you select the ‘Off’ option, the entire system is prepared to stand and suspend all activities. Each piece will be in its proper place.