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tablet_care_guide [2017/07/11 10:12]
abrashear [Battery Health] Remove bit about storing capacity since our batteries are not (easily) removable.
tablet_care_guide [2017/07/11 10:33] (current)
abrashear [Handling]
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 The proper way to turn off your computer is to use the "Shut Down" button in the Start Menu. This method is known as a "​graceful shutdown"​. The Start Menu is accessed by clicking the Windows logo at the bottom left of the screen. Turning off your computer by removing the battery or holding the power button (known as a hard shutdown) can damage the the operating system. The proper way to turn off your computer is to use the "Shut Down" button in the Start Menu. This method is known as a "​graceful shutdown"​. The Start Menu is accessed by clicking the Windows logo at the bottom left of the screen. Turning off your computer by removing the battery or holding the power button (known as a hard shutdown) can damage the the operating system.
  
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 +When you store your computer in its case. Do not put your power adapter or anything else on the top of your computer. The case is only large enough for the laptop, and putting items in with it can damage the screen.
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 A lint-free cloth or a paper towel is the best way to clean your laptop’s screen. When a more thorough cleaning is required, a rubbing alcohol solution will do the job. Using Windex (or other ammonia-based cleaners) is not recommended because the ammonia may yellow the screen over time. A lint-free cloth or a paper towel is the best way to clean your laptop’s screen. When a more thorough cleaning is required, a rubbing alcohol solution will do the job. Using Windex (or other ammonia-based cleaners) is not recommended because the ammonia may yellow the screen over time.
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