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November 2022 - Desktop Power Supply Units -- eBits n ByteZ -- Issue #029
November 02, 2022

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Desktop Power Supply Units

The Desktop Power Supply Unit is the fuel for your computer. All internal components, and many computing peripherals, are dependent on the PSU inside your device.

PSU's basically convert alternating current, or AC, in to a low-voltage direct current, or DC, that can be used safely by your computer's components without damaging them.

They are often the forgotten component when buying a new computer, or upgrading an existing device. All the focus is on RAM, CPU, Hard Drives, and even computer monitors.

However, PSU's need to be capable of powering all these different components.

It is therefore worth spending some time understanding what the desktop power supply unit is, how it works, and what you can do to troubleshoot, should you start to experience issues.

Web Page Improvements

It's been a short while since my last newsletter, and I apologize for that. I intended for these to be issued monthly, which will be the case going forward.

I've updated the links in the Tablets for Seniors, and the Well Structured File Management System pages.

I have also added a video to the Home Page, which summarizes what the page is all about. This is useful, especially for long pages, and keeps the pages relevant according to Google...

Take a look, and let me know what you think. Here is a direct link to the video. The new Desktop Power Supply Unit page also has a summary video at the bottom of the Contents menu.

Final Thoughts

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