Dust is the enemy of computer equipment. So much so that people buy that aerosol spray in a can to clean out the little nooks and crannies. Wouldn’t it be better if you didn’t accumulate dust at all in the first place? That seems impossible. Every house on earth gets dusty, especially if you leave the windows and doors open, as most are wont to do to get fresh air. That fresh air wreaks havoc with your keyboard making letters stick. Who knows what other problems it causes that you don’t even know about. In the long run, you realize there is some kind of culprit lurking about your house when the laptop stops working at all. So why wait until disaster strikes. You don’t have to. Just get an air purifier designed for dust removal and plug it in right near the computer: problem solved.

I have given a lot of attention to my spare room and the computers that populate this empty space. It is the ideal place for me to work not having a designated office in my home. I had to make one. The room isn’t the smallest and I can fit most of what I own easily on the desk and printer stand. I even have storage closets for reams of paper and assorted other supplies. People admire the fact that I have done this computer room in such a compact way. Most of my friends work from a coffee table or if they are lucky a dining table, or even kitchenette. It is a luxury to be able to spread everything out and make the arrangement that best fits my needs. The air purifier was by no means a second thought. I knew it would be necessary day one. I have heard about the siege of dust from friends and colleagues who have seen many a telltale sign. You can manually dust but it just spreads it around. The air purifier was an ingenious idea from someone in my workspace who uses it faithfully. He gave me the price, model, and specifications so I would choose a competent appliance.

I think in the short time that I have owned and operated an air purifier, it has been worth its weight in gold. I don’t see or feel the dust I used to encounter, and the computer virtually purrs in contentment. Okay, maybe that is a bit of an exaggeration, but I suspect there is more than a kernel of truth to it. Logically, it makes perfect sense. Air purifiers are small enough to do a good job in one room as they don’t take up much space. They are easy to use, with an occasional change of filter, and they can be had for a modest price. If you have allergies or detest household odors, they will do double or triple duty for you each and every day. People buy them to clean the air from mold, germs, bacteria, odors, allergens, pollen, and more. They seem to be a very necessary household item, but now they have the added benefit of cleansing airborne dust. Your computer will thank you profusely.