More and more people are now replacing their computers and laptops with tablets, as these are super convenient and portable. Additionally, tablets bridge the gap between home computers and smartphones. It is true that tablets are easy to use, but there are a few things, that you need to know when caring for tablet devices. Here is a gist of a few points to note.
Do not Change the Stylus
We should understand that not all the styluses are made equal. If your tablet has a stylus, do not make the mistake of using the stylus of a different device, as you may end up with a scratched and gnarly display.
Moreover, do not use other objects like a pen to get the job done. If you find that you have lost the stylus of your tablet, the best thing that you can do is to order a new one form the manufacturer, rather than making use of some other objects.
Do not Place the Tablet in Direct Sunlight
It is very important to shield your tablet from direct sunlight. As most of the tablet shells these days are made from aluminum, they heat up fast when placed under direct sunlight. Heat build is not good for any electronic device, as it can lead to malfunctioning and poor performance.
Make sure that you store your tablet away from heat sources like stoves, radiators, etc., as intense temperatures can cause big damage to your tablet. You should never leave your tablet in your parked car either.
Improve Battery Life
Apps in your tablet keep working even when the device is idle. This is actually good, as it will make the startup of an app easy, and will ensure that the info in the apps is updated. The only downside is that this will reduce the battery life of the device.
You can combat this by changing the Wi-Fi sleep policy. You can make Wi-Fi to sleep when the screen of the device is turned off. You can do this by choosing Wireless Settings under Wireless & Networks options in main Settings menu.
Apart from that, make sure that you do not overcharge your tablet. Charging your device continually will lower the battery life of the device considerably.