The computer keyboard is usually the most germ infected items in your home or office. A keyboard may even contain more bacteria than your toilet seat. Cleaning it helps remove any dangerous bacteria and keeps the keyboard working properly.
Procedure: Before cleaning the keyboard first turn off the computer or if you are using a USB keyboard unplug it. Not unplugging the keyboard can cause other computer problems as you may press keys that cause the computer to perform a task you do not want it to perform.
Clean the keyboard by turning it upside down and shaking. A more efficient method is to use compressed air which can be purchased in a can with a very long nozzle. Clean the keyboard by aiming air between the keys and blow away all of the dust and debris that has gathered there. A vacuum cleaner can also be used – but make sure the keyboard does not have loose keys as they can be sucked up by the vacuum.

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