Compressed air brand?

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    Default Compressed air brand?

    There has been some issues lately since my computer randomly freezes up or my monitor just goes black, forcing me to restart my computer. It's also getting noticeably slower as well. I built my desktop back in 2010 or 2011 and I figure it's about time I start dusting off my computer. I've never done this before so I don't really know what is a good brand to use. I'm afraid to damage my computer parts with a bad compressed air brand. Any ideas?

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    It's near impossible to damage your PC using compressed air when it's turned off. At worst you get a bit of fog-like water (like on your car's windshield on cold days) that evaporates in like 2 seconds. Keep the can straight and the water won't appear at all.


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