14 Things Destroy Your Computer True Pyramids Purpose Has Been 2 days ago   07:38

Your computer sure makes life easier, but can you say you pay it back the same way? It turns out, seemingly insignificant things, like keeping the battery in or forgetting to unplug your headphones, can slowly kill your electronic buddy. Don’t worry! I’ll fill you in on the most common mistakes in PC care.

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Connecting the laptop to a power supply the wrong way 0:18
Plugging into the power source without removing the battery from the laptop 0:49
Being impatient as you turn on or restart your PC 1:24
Using a tee and extension cable instead of a power strip 1:47
Putting your system unit too close to the wall, furniture and home decor 2:25
Not paying enough attention to your software 3:03
Transporting your laptop in sleep or hibernation mode 3:33
Exposing the screen to direct sunlight 4:06
Mangling the cords 4:33
Keeping your laptop too hot 5:06
Using a cheap replacement power supply 5:32
Installing and uninstalling lots of programs 5:57
Cleaning the screen the wrong way 6:24
Keeping too many gadgets plugged in 6:58

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- Always start with connecting the laptop to the charger, then the plug to the outlet and only then turn the laptop on.
- If you frequently use your laptop while it’s plugged in, it’s a good idea to take out the battery after you’ve charged it to about 50–60%.
- Impatience gives your computer too much pressure it can’t handle, causing the operating system to freeze and the distortion of data.
- It’s not just the grid to blame for power surges, lightning can give you a hard time as it sends its pulses through cables and even phone wires.
- Remember, your computer needs an effective cooling system. Otherwise, you’re at risk of overheating and the interrupting functionality.
- For the operating system to run smoothly for many years, give it the treatment it deserves.
- Sleep and hibernation are only good when you’re using the gadget at home and don’t like to constantly wait for the system to fully boot (although it’s worth doing it from time to time).
- One thing that your laptop and computer both have in common is that they hate the Sun. Obviously, it can cause problems with overheating, and its rays can slowly, but surely, kill your display.
- What do the cables and power cords of your laptop look like? If they’re all twisted and bent or wrapped around something to keep them bundled, don’t expect them to serve you a long time.
- Heat is your laptop’s worst enemy, so keep your gadget cool on a flat and firm surface.
- When your power supply burns or gets lost, don’t go for a cheaper version or borrow your friend’s old charger to save money.
- If your disk is full but you don’t think you have too many programs installed, try using some tools that delete rarely used and temporary files.
- Ammonia-based, alcohol-containing substances can seriously damage the anti-reflective coating of your screen and shorten its lifespan.
- Whenever it’s possible, turn off the sound, keyboard backlight, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi if you can work offline.

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Comments 1553 Comments

Hey there guys, what’s the main purpose you use your computer for? Work, school projects or maybe games?
Chandula Ekanayake
1 2
well done bhai...
Nakiya Allen
Never put you laptop on Airplane mode...

Because it will fly!

👇 like if u felled for it.
Connor De wit
As someone who knows a lot about computers 75% of the advice given in this video is not true
Jared Thomas
6:00 get a dang ssd
i can't just take out my battery
Rage Red
How to make someone feel scared using a laptop
Ather Siddiqui
First garbage, useless video by Bright Side. I'm skipping all the cautions given in the video and that's fine for over a decade.
Jesse j
I've built a pc and all of this is bullsh*t
Nicholas Brown
Do not put your laptop battery in a refrigerator. It contains electronic charge control circuitry that prevents damage and explosions. Liquid water (condensation) will occur in the battery.
Yes, the cat.
Conor Mc Carthy
*4:09* -One thing your laptop and computer have in common-
*One thing your laptop and ME and your computer have in common is that THEY HATE THE SUN*
Lewis Classified
@BRIGHT SIDE computers already have ways of cooling for example water cooling
Lewis Classified
This guy probably is making this video on a thinkpad with old technology
Something Random
My battery would explode from heat and it always heats from windows not FreeDOS and I broke lots of these
Sahibpreet Singh johal
Cats are bad for laptops
Miko Djako
Point 9 - if you don't need useless things on your pc just don't use windows os ;D
Dommega MC
Most of the information is outdated. Laptops are using SSD which means no more mechanical parts that damage data while on the move which was the case 10 years ago. As for the charger, do not ever connect the laptop to the charger before it is plugged into the wall socket. As any surge would fry your laptop and the charger in this scenario.
Antony Xie
ive been doing the oppisite of what the vid is saying for years since i was 8
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True Pyramids Purpose Has Been 14 Things Destroy Your Computer 2 days ago   12:17

Many researchers thought that the Egyptian tombs were constructed to highlight the majesty pharaohs. And that's what we studied at school. Yeah, past tense! Brace yourselves, folks, because it looks as if scientists have finally discovered the true purpose of the pyramids! It seems these unique structures might have had a function that was a far cry from burying the dead...

How the Great Pyramid of Giza is different from any other traditional tombs 1:22
Could the ancient Egyptians have had technologies as advanced as the modern ones? 2:57
The Great Pyramid's mysteries 4:20
What about the “sarcophagi”? 6:34
“The Queen's Chamber” beneath the Great Pyramid 7:27
What was the gold capstone at the top of the Great Pyramid used for 9:46
Could ancient Egyptians us wireless energy for communication purposes? 10:45

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- The Great Pyramid of Giza was made with over 2 million stone blocks, each weighing from 3 to 30 tons. Actually, the most gigantic ones can be as heavy as 50 tons! The base of the Great Pyramid covers an area of 592,000 square feet, and each of its sides is about 218,000 square feet in size.
- If you let go of the stereotype that ancient civilizations were less developed than we are today, a question arises: could the ancient Egyptians have had technologies as advanced as the modern ones? What if their knowledge was lost only to be rediscovered centuries later?
- Interestingly enough, the Egyptians also used a special material, dolomite, on the inner sides of the pyramid. This mineral is known to multiply electrical conductivity.
- Modern technology still can't recreate the gypsum-based mortar that was used during the construction of the pyramids. This kind of gypsum withstands huge amounts of pressure. So this may sound bizarre, but the mortar holding them together is, in fact, stronger than the blocks of the pyramid themselves.
- In 1993, an inaccessible secret room was uncovered beneath the Great Pyramid. This room, which seemed to be deliberately concealed, was dubbed “The Queen's Chamber”. In 2011, thanks to more developed technologies, it became possible to explore the room with the help of a remote camera.
- At the top of the Great Pyramid of Giza, there used to be a capstone made entirely of gold. It forwarded a path to transfer negative ions (those are atoms with an electrical charge) to the ionosphere (the layer of the earth’s atmosphere that contains a ton of said atoms). And that’s how an electric current of immense power was produced!
- Another weird thing you can see in such carvings is what clearly looks like a wireless antenna. Perhaps the ancient Egyptians used wireless energy for communication purposes? They very well could’ve used electricity at weaving plants to manufacture yarn.

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