Here’s why you should still diagnose your PC even when it seems fine

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PCs, just like humans or better yet cars need regular checks even when everything seems to be running smoothly – prevention is better than cure, and that applies to PCs too.  A quick and easy check using one of the many PC tools available on the market today can help you identify potential issues before they become something that could end up costing you more or even damaging your computer.

Whether you are running a business with servers and large-scale computing devices, or you just own a laptop/desktop setup at home for personal or business use, you will be surprised as to what could be failing right in front of you but can’t be detected just by using your computer.

Problems can occur at software level or hardware level and even though operating systems and BIOS are configured to tell you when something is going wrong, most of them will only notify you when it gets critical, for example when your fan is on its way out or when the power pack is no longer supplying the right amount of power required to your CPU.  Thank God antivirus software will tell you when you have a software or accessing a website that could be harmful, but those can be fixed.  Hardware level issues can be more problematic to your wallet, business or just simply affect your day.

So what can you do?  You can either pay for regular checks where a professional company or individual can run their diagnostic software to detect everything, almost like a MOT for your car, or you can even download a certified PC-check software that will generate a report that is understandable, and also tell you everything that is not only going bad but what’s also working well.  Before you also mention it, you can even generate the report just to forward to your vendor or repair specialist when things go wrong, in order for them to easily identify the issues and figure out how they can help you and also save money on diagnostics.

A regular PC health check-up or diagnostics, is very important because the world of technology is forever evolving and every time the manufacturer releases a driver update or your OS tells you about a new software update, it may affect your PC.  Besides checking for errors, it can give you pointers as to how you can improve your PC performance; for example if you notice that your PC is no longer loading up as fast as it used to be, it could notify you about a failing RAM module, or CPU, which would then help you in keeping your PC in the best possible state it can be.

Looking for or need help with finding a good software or repair company to check your PC? Drop us a comment below or you can find us on Twitter @gadgetsboy.

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