Monday, May 28, 2012

Recovering from the Nightmare

I had a good night's sleep, but my computer didn't.

Instead of going into sleep mode when I shut it's lid, my laptop computer fell into some sort of nightmarish half sleep with its little processors churning away in the darkness.

When I was sat down at the computer this morning, my little laptop was all hot and bothered with its fans racing at top speed to cool its burning CPU.

The event was so nightmarish, that the computer was unable to come out of its coma and I was forced to take the drastic step of pressing its kill switch.

Ah, the inhumanity of it all.

I've had this same problem in the past. If my computer doesn't get a good night's sleep it is sluggish in the morning.

The moral of the story is that you should always be sure that your laptop computer has fallen safely into sleep mode before doing so yourself. Computers, after all, require a great deal of love and nurturing.

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