It seems like summer just started but it is August and before you know it, the kids will be back in school. Is your student’s laptop in tip-top shape?
If your student’s laptop hasn’t been touched in a few months, you probably need to make sure it’s ready to go on the first day of school. After all these devices took a beating last year, with many kids doing full-time remote school or doing it at least part of the year.
No matter what your student’s laptop is, it’s time to make sure it’s working and ready to go on the first day of school. A reliable laptop repairperson can help you fix it up and make sure it’s in good working order. Here’s what you need to look for. Read on:
Keyboards take a beating, especially on your student’s laptop. Luckily, a keyboard repair is usually an easy fix. You can replace keys, or you can ask a trusted laptop repairperson to do it.
How full is your student’s laptop hard drive? If your student has saved a lot of photos or videos, it might be time to figure out what to do with the hard drive – and whether additional storage options are needed. While you are there, make sure the laptop has a good backup system in place so you don’t have a crash and lose data.
Screens can take a beating as well, with cracks and other issues being quite common for student laptops. It’s always best to have a reliable technician repair a cracked or damaged screen and he or she can also set you up with a screen protector to prevent future damage.
At Quality PC, we can help Columbus, Ohio area families with laptop repairs and fixes. Let us help make your job as a parent easier. Contact us today!