Computer Safety Netiquette Rules. The common things we do to protect our computers from harm. The theme of these rules is prevention.
We can protect our desktop, mobile, and other devices by following prevention practices. Keeping them clean is part of protection. Dirt and clutter are hazardous. Hardware, software, and data need protection. They are all part of the computer.
These rules are how we protect our devices. The things we do socially to protect data and the hardware that contains it.
Change your password often to protect your network. A network is only as good as the user profiles. More »
Encrypt important data because the internet is insecure. More »
Use a microfiber cloth to clean the screen periodically. More »
Use a cloth and or air to remove particles from the keyboard. More »
Electronics require care. There are conventions for it. Caring for computers is protecting them and us at the same time.
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