Photographers spend hours uploading and editing photos, so they require a machine with speedy performance, a fast hard drive, and a bright display.
Photo editing software can be resource hungry for your laptop. Particularly, if you’re working with lots of raw files.
And as your laptop is a powerful photo editing tool, with all that power, there might be heat problems, especially when traveling in summer.
Laptops have become much cooler in recent years, but heat is still an operational problem.
Laptops are smaller than desktops, components are packed more tightly, the casing is ultra-small, so there’s not much room for the heat to disappear.
Cooler notebooks last longer, and too much heat can make your system crash.
If you are on a trip, and you are going to process your photos during a trip, you don’t want your notebook to crash with your new images.
Air vents, fans, and heat sinks try to cool your laptop down. Sometimes, it’s not enough. Overheating can happen if there’s some malfunction, like when a fan isn’t working correctly.
But it can also be a user’s fault if he blocks the air vents.
Here are some simple tips on how to keep your