The Internet is littered with tips and tricks on how to keep your rig safe from certain calamities, so with all the information that's out there, why then are PC repair shops busier than ever fixing busted systems? Maybe the answer lies in how the information is presented. We don't claim to be experts in psychology, but just from our own personal observations, it would seem that people are contrary by nature. Telling a child not to touch an object is a surefire way of making sure it will soon have their fingerprints all over it, and in that same vein, perhaps instructing PC users how to avoid falling prey to common computing pitfalls has the exact opposite effect we're shooting for.
To put our theory to the test, we're posting this guide that doesn't tell you how to surf safely or otherwise keep your PC in pristine shape, but outlines exactly what you should do if you want to push your system to the brink of failure, and beyond. Let the fun begin. Read more at BurnedIn.