Basic Wrong Assumptions about the Laptop and Its Parts

If you do not belong to the technical background that doesn’t mean you will trust whatever the other guy is talking about gadgets. You have to understand people say whatever they feel that doesn’t mean it is a fact. Facts are proven and that can be told only by those who have proven it or those who has studied that research. Your next door guy can be handsome and will work in Tech Company but that doesn’t mean he knows it all. Let discuss those fears which are created without any base in your mind by inexperienced people.

Higher price offers higher quality: Really, if my knowledge is correct then the accessories by Lenovo is not too costly so are they belong to less quality. No dear, this logic is completely off the record. But the real fact is you can get any laptop or its exchange parts for a decent price if you know what you require and from where to buy. A guy who never plays games or design anything on his laptop don’t require a graphic card in their systems, it will only increase the cost, not the use. So choose wisely as per your need.

Switching off the laptop/ PC without proper shutdown will ruin the computer: Let’s take the example while you are something in a hard diary and someone comes and closes the cover of your diary what will happen, your current document can get spoiled but will it ruin your whole diary, I don’t think so. Similarly switching off the laptop/PC can maximally make you lose your unsaved data nothing more.maxresdefault

Charge when the battery is on last seconds: it is not a myth but an old news. When the technology of laptop started, the battery used were Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) which used to impact the memory. But the modern batteries are made up of lithium ion batteries and are exactly opposite of the old batteries. Here if you take the battery to its last seconds before charging then you are decreasing the lifespan of the batteries.

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