A Gaming Computer is designed to play and work correctly at any time. But occasionally, you need specific maintenance tasks to make the experience last longer so that it continues to function as the first day and lasts longer.

We all like to turn on the computer, and the login screen appears immediately. Enter your username and password, open several programs, and appear on the screen in seconds. So it's nice.

But over time, our computer suffers. Not because of the hardware but also, if not because of the software, installing and uninstalling programs, filling the disk with files, and the mere daily user wears out Windows and slows it down.

It is inevitable, but that has a solution: the gaming computer's maintenance. There are automatic maintenance tasks that the system itself is responsible for doing for you. Still, in general, there are actions that we must execute ourselves, which do not take many minutes, but we do not usually take them into account because they are boring and 'We do not always have time".

Many will sound like this, but listing tasks for gaming computer maintenance does not hurt. Applying during the year will be convenient and not leave you to do anything. Your computer will thank you, and you will see the changes yourself. You must have a question in your mind "How do I make my gaming computer last longer," Let me list some functional solutions--

Temperature and Cleaning 

The temperature can significantly impact the life of the computer's battery. Generally, the ambient temperature is ideal, meaning you should not leave your gaming computer in the car in the sun or in front of the window of your chalet in the Alps (small lucky).

If you are disturbed by the temperature of your surroundings, your gaming computer is, too; it's as simple as that.  Stay on a flat, stable surface, and ensure the fans are not obstructed. Invest in support (like the ones you see in wood) if you ever really want to use your computer in this little cocoon that is your bed.

For those with a removable battery, remove it and clean the pieces of metal that make contact with the computer about once every 2-3 months with a clean cloth and alcohol. It helps to transfer energy to the gaming computer as efficiently as possible.

Defragment The Hard Disk

This advice is from the oldest but not least practical. If your gaming computer has a solid state disk (SSD), it is not necessary, but the hard disks of all life, yes, since by the nature of the system of files of Windows, they have dispersed the files in parts and, after of time, slows down its performance. In Windows 10, for example, the defragmentation task is automatic. In previous versions, and even to make sure in Windows 10, we must perform this task by hand.

Draw Juice 

To ensure your gaming computer has a long life, do not leave it constantly charged. The electrons in the battery must be moving regularly to calibrate it. Ideally, you need 60 to 40% capacity at least once a week.

In addition, it must be fully discharged once or twice a year. As soon as you are connected to the mains, it is strongly recommended to remove the battery (if you have an inverter). This would solve overheating problems, especially for complex tasks. On the other hand, the battery will protect you against power failure and other worries (like an inverter), so removing it will preserve your battery but not your computer.

There are also rules if you leave your gaming computer unused for more than 6 months. Leave the battery at around 40-50%; otherwise, you risk damaging it.

Feed Parameters 

Your computer manufacturer may have installed presets so you can easily find a way to save your battery. Make no mistake; it will always be more effective if you hack it.  Close unnecessary Internet tabs, unplug devices (mice, etc.) you do not use, reduce screen brightness, and disable Win. Full of commonplace gestures that one has to get used to doing.

Adjust The Light Intensity of the Screen 

The screens have the option to lower the lighting capacity of the display. In some equipment, this can be optimized with a button included in the hardware; in others, you have to adjust in the following route, Start-Control Panel-Screen-Adjustment of light.

Disable The Battery 

If you are working on your laptop at a fixed point, you can remove the battery and start your equipment using electrical power. This will help you save energy and give the battery a longer life.

Unplug Items That You Do Not Use

If you do not need the USB memory, the portable mouse, or the CD reading (in the computers that still have this reader), disconnect them. Although these devices consume a low energy level, they can achieve significant savings.

Do Not Turn Off, Hibernate 

If at any time of the day, you do not need to use the laptop, do not turn off the computer, put it in Hibernation Mode (in some equipment, it is Sleep Mode). In this way, you can save the energy that the equipment needs for ignition.

Use The Necessary Programs 

If you are not using any program, window, or application, close it, this will lower the power demand to the CPU, and you can save battery.

When you use your computer, whatever you do will consume energy. That means you should reduce the number of browser programs and tabs you use simultaneously.

You should also remember that all the peripherals you connect to your laptop or desktop computer consume energy. Disconnecting printers, speakers, external storage disks, and additional monitors can make a difference, even when your computer is at rest.

Finally, be aware that using a charger not supplied by the manufacturer could significantly damage your battery.