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Upgrading Laptop Hardware: Improve Speed, Memory, & Cooling

The Basics of Laptop Hardware; Upgrading Laptop Storage Devices, Improving Memory Speeds, and Repairing Air Circulation
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 6m
Language: English
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Modifying, Repairing, or Upgrading your laptop can seem daunting. 
Laptop hardware is slightly different from an ATX – sized setup. It’s quite unique.  As a beginner, navigating through laptop internals can be very risky. Circuitry and connectors are smaller and much more fragile.
Internal maintenance / upgrades are just as important software maintenance. We update our browsers, applications, and operating systems when needed, but leave out the most crucial aspect – the internal hardware. 
There’s quite a bit you can do to upgrade your laptop’s overall performance. Even if you’ve never touched hardware before, you’ll be able to effectively handle everything presented in this course.
— Running out of space?
Upgrade to a higher capacity storage device!
— Experiencing lag when you have multiple applications open?
Upgrade your RAM chip(s)!
— Laptop getting too hot?
Clean & Refresh your CPU cooling unit!
— Reeeally slow start-up time?
Swap in an SSD! 
Upgrade, modify, or repair your laptop hardware. Improve performance while also getting to know the ins and outs of how your machine functions.
Ready to take your laptop to the next level?
Enroll now!

You will learn

✓ Successfully take apart a laptop and put it back together.
✓ Safely clean internal computer parts.
✓ Modify / Upgrade certain hardware components.
✓ Intuitively optimize machine cooling performance.

Requirements

• Must Own A Laptop
• Own a Screwdriver + Philips & Torx Screws
• Patience to Work with Delicate Circuitry

This course is for

• Beginners who have never taken apart a laptop before
• Anyone who wants to upgrade their laptop hardware
• Those who want improved storage (HDD or SSD) for their laptop
• Performance seekers looking to upgrade RAM
• Anyone with excess dust build-up in their laptop
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 1h 6m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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