The days of sitting on your laptop are numbered.
As smartphones and tablets become increasingly ubiquitous, there’s a growing demand for people to use them for tasks such as working out, chatting and browsing.
If you’re looking to leave your laptop behind, the next logical step would be to get rid of it.
But how do you move away?
Here are seven quick steps you can take to make the most of your smartphone or tablet for the next few years.
Remove the battery and USB cable The first thing to do is remove the battery.
The battery can get very old and if left unattended can become a real liability, which is why it’s important to remove it as soon as possible.
The best way to do this is by gently tapping on the back of the device and letting the battery rest on the desk.
Alternatively, you can simply pull it off with your fingers.
You can also remove the charging cable, but you should also replace it with a new one, as it can also become a liability if left unplugged.
Change the screen The next step is to swap the screen of your phone or tablet with the new one.
You’ll probably have to make two small adjustments to make sure the new screen matches the one you’ve got on your current device.
You might want to change the screen’s colour to match the colour of your new screen, for example.
Alternatively you can also use a different screen for your new phone or device.
It’s important that the new device has the same size as the old one, however, so you can use a larger display on your new device.
Remove your keyboard The keyboard you’re using should be replaced with one of your own.
The most popular keyboards are made by the Microsoft keyboard company, but there are other companies such as Logitech, which make keyboards that are also compatible with Windows 8.
You should also get rid in the event that your existing keyboard is damaged, as this can make it harder to type on the new keyboard.
Remove Windows 8, the new version of Windows OS This may seem like a silly step, but it’s necessary if you want to get the best out of your device.
This step can also be done for devices running the Windows 10 operating system, such as the Surface Pro, which Microsoft recently announced it is planning to release later this year.
If the Windows 8 OS you’re currently using is no longer supported by Windows, it may not be possible to install Windows 10 on your device in the future.
Delete your Microsoft Office software If you’ve already installed the Microsoft Office suite on your computer, you’ll need to delete it.
To do this, click the Windows logo at the top of the screen, click Properties and click the General tab.
Select the View tab and click Delete.
Remove any files and apps You can delete files and applications you don.t want on your phone and tablet.
You won’t need to remove any data from your device, however.
Clean up your old devices and replace them You’ll also need to clean up any files you might have on your old device.
Here are some suggestions: 1.
Clear all unnecessary applications on your older device to remove unnecessary applications 2.
Remove unnecessary apps such as Microsoft Office and other Microsoft products that you don�t want installed on your smartphone and tablet, such, Microsoft Edge, Google Apps, Skype and so on. 3: Remove unnecessary software such as games, music and videos that you might not have downloaded to your device and may not even need to download.
4: Remove the apps that are no longer needed on your mobile device, such: WhatsApp, Snapchat, Spotify and YouTube 5.
Clean out the cache of your mobile data You’ll want to clear the cache on your data so that it won’t be used to download new apps or install any new software.
You may also want to consider deleting any apps or content you have installed on mobile devices, such.
Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, YouTube and more.
6: Clean up any apps and content you’ve installed on the mobile device that may be interfering with your device or may not work properly, such a WhatsApp messaging app that’s not working properly and YouTube videos that don’t play.
7: Clear any apps, content and other applications you have on the device that you’re not using.
Here’s how to do that.
1: Delete apps You might have to delete apps that aren’t currently available on your desktop or laptop, or apps you might need to install later.
To delete an app, click on it, click Disable and then click Delete app.
If an app doesn’t work properly you’ll be able to uninstall it by clicking on the uninstall button.
2: Clear up any unnecessary applications You’ll need this step to clear any unnecessary apps you’ve added to your smartphone, such Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp and other Facebook apps.
3,4: Remove your Google Chrome browser Google Chrome