In Handy Tips, we find ways to improve your life and make it easier and explain why these tips work. Today, we will tell you how to cool an overheating laptop and prevent damage.
Scientists may not frighten us with the onset of a new ice age because we will not freeze as long as we use computer technology. Laptops and desktop computers sometimes behave like heaters and thus cause inconveniences for users.
Those who are fond of video editing on Apple laptops know well how the bar above the keyboard starts to heat up during work. And sometimes it heats up to such an extent that touching it can get your finger burned.
Japanese Twitter user Akinori Suzuki reasoned scientifically: in order to quickly dissipate heat, you need to increase the dissipation area. And one of the best conductors of heat available has always been copper. This method allows you to bring down the temperature by 7-10 degrees. It's nice when money is useful, but you don't need to spend it, isn’t it?