Spring is officially here and the term “spring cleaning” now takes on a new meaning. Instead of cleaning your house, why not clean up your devices? Our smartphones, laptops, and computers usually get dirty, cluttered, and accumulate unnecessary apps, files, and data.
Thanks to LifeHacker, tips on speeding up, cleaning up, and reviving your tech devices is easy. Included in their recent post, they offer easy to follow tips for people who use Mac, Windows PC, iPhone, and Android. Mentioned below are four posts specific for each device type. For detailed information on each device be sure to visit the page directed toward your device.
Spring Cleaning: Mac
For those of you who use Macs, this post will be very helpful for you. LifeHacker gives users advice on how to: clean the gunk off your keyboard, unclutter wires, updating software, uninstalling apps, reclaiming hard drive space, system maintenance, and backing up your Mac.
Spring Cleaning: Windows PC
Similar to Mac users, PCs users are also given advice on cleaning their hardware, uncluttering wires, updating software, uninstalling apps, reclaiming hard drive space, system maintenance, and backing up their refreshed PC.
Spring Cleaning: iPhone
This post by LifeHacker gives iPhone users advice on reclaiming hard drive space, overhauling settings, uninstalling unnecessary apps, and disinfecting both the iPhone and its case.
Spring Cleaning: Android
Finally, LifeHacker suggests Android users to reclaim drive and SD card space, boost their battery, tweak their settings, and cleaning both their smartphone and case.
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