2 Ways To Protect Your PC During A Thunderstorm


The US is one of the worst thunderstorm affected countries where nearly 100000 thunderstorms take place in a single year as stated by the National Severe Storms Laboratory.

The US is one of the worst thunderstorm affected countries where nearly 100000 thunderstorms take place in a single year as stated by the National Severe Storms Laboratory. During the storms, lightning can cause electrical power explosions and can also harm your appliances and electronics gadgets. Your computer is also not safe from the worst effects of thunderstorm. If your computer has receive some form of damage from a thunderstorm, you should contact your nearest computer repair in Lake Park. The experts there will help you in recovering your PC damage.
 
But there are certain things that you can do to avoid damaging your computer during a thunderstorm. Here are 2 things:
 
  1. Install, replace or repair your UPS
The UPS also Uninterruptible Power Supply is a surge protector so that it can protect your computer during thunderstorms or when the house is suffering from a power cut. In such situations, the UPS which has 7.2Ah battery, can help you in running your computer for extra few minutes. However, if your UPS is not in its best condition, it will not be able to protect your computer. So, if you don’t have a fully functional UPS, install them, replace or repair them.
 
  1. Switch off the Wi-Fi line
People are still using Wi-Fi that is attached with the wire and is provided by the broadband internet service provider. However, these Wi-Fi lines can really damage your computer and fry the chips inside during thunderstorms. You will need to protect the motherboard at all cost, so whenever you experience thunderstorms, cut off the Wi-Fi line. Even if the Wi-Fi is switched off, you need to manually take out wire from the computer CPU to protect it.
 
Otherwise, if your computer has received some damage, you need to repair them. To find the ideal repairing experts type “iPhone repair near me” on Google for or a number of repairing expert options.