Things You Shouldn’t Be Cleaning with Paper Towels >> Reader’s Digest

I extracted the below information from the Reader’s Digest source link below that provides guidelines on cleaning electronic screens. You may want to visit the link to learn other tips on how you can save those paper towels, as well… Thank you for visiting “What’s On My PC”…

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Keep paper towels far away from your TV screen, laptop, and even your cell phone. “We would never recommend using paper towels on delicate glass surfaces like LCD or plasma TV screens,” says Carol Smith, Owner of Toronto-based HireaMaid. “The fibers can cause permanent etching of the screen. Instead, use a product and microfiber cloth designed specifically for these surfaces, such as this from Screen Mom.” Adds Smith: “It’s also important to not apply too much pressure when cleaning these screens, because it may cause damage to the crystals inside an LCD screen.

Source: Things You Shouldn’t Be Cleaning with Paper Towels | Reader’s Digest

How to factory reset your Chromebook and when you should do it | Android Central

This is one of the many reasons I have taken to the Chrome OS. Returning a Chromebook to factory condition is dead simple and fast…

To reset a Chromebook to factory condition, you Powerwash it, stripping away all your data and apps until its as shiny and swift as the day you got it. Powerwashing usually only needs to be done when you’re wiping a Chromebook to sell it, return it, or send it off to the manufacturer for repairs, but if your Chromebook is misbehaving and a reboot doesn’t fix it, Powerwashing is the next step before contacting your manufacturer for support.

Source: How to factory reset your Chromebook and when you should do it | Android Central

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