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Weather Forecast: 100 Degrees in Jerusalem

Thursday, July 30th, 2015

It won’t be plain hot on Shabbat. It will be boiling hot.

It gets even worse on Sunday, and a horrid heat wave will stick around for several days. Sunday will be the worst, when temperatures will reach 115 degrees Fahrenheit (47 Celsius) in Eilat, but the rest of the week simply will be a bit “less hot” but not  “cooler.”

Even Jerusalem thermometers will hit 100 degrees (38 Celsius) on Sunday after reaching 95-97 degrees Fahrenheit (35-36 Celsius) on Shabbat.

The central plains, immediately east of the Mediterranean Coast, will be muggy, with the humidity at 70 percent at temperatures in the upper 90s.

Rare summer thunderstorms are expected in the Dead Sea and Eilat areas Sunday afternoon and evening.

Hold tight. Winter is on the way in about three months, and don’t start whining for summer when it snows.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

Out of the Box: My Laptop is Overheating

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

My laptop runs hot. Truth is, everyone’s laptop runs hot. But lately its gotten so hot, that it would suddenly shut itself down. And the fan? It sounded like a tractor, trying to cool down the machine.

First thing I did was look in the Window’s Task Manager. There was a program there that was consistently grabbing 25% of my CPU. I killed that process and the computer began to cool down. I also got a laptop cooler with a fan.

But still, not enough. Even watching a video on the browser would cause it to overheat and eventually turn off. And don’t even talk to me about video games (especially not when I’m supposed to be working). I thought maybe some driver update might be the problem.

So I lowered the priority of the browser process in the Task Manager, and that extended the time before the computer overheated and shut down.

I installed a program called Prio that would keep the CPU priorities low, once I set them that way.

But still, the problem wasn’t going away.

Finally, I found someone else on the Internet with the same problem who determined that overheating it isn’t always related to improperly acting applications and drivers, and he said the problem is dust in the machine that clogs the vents, and prevents air flow.

The solution? Very simple. Take a vacuum cleaner, and suck out the dirt from all the vents. (Turn off the computer first).

I did it. It worked. The computer is no longer scorching hot.

Good luck.


P.S. The author and JewishPress.com are not responsible for any damage listening to this column may cause. If you aren’t sure about what you are doing, don’t do it. You are on your own.


Shalom Bear

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