Don't overheat your laptop

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Avoid setting your laptop down on soft surfaces such as the bed, couch or a pillow. Soft surfaces like this may block the laptop's air vents causing it to overheat and potentially damaging it. Keep the laptop on hard surfaces when using it and you'll prolong your laptop's life. You can also install a program such as PC Tools, to monitor your laptop CPU fan speed and system temperature.

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