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Tuesday, April 30, 2013


Important tips for computer users are given below:

State or Condition you should apply at the time of using computer

·        When you sit down for work in your computer, your body angles-hips, knees and elbows-should be around 90 degrees.
·        You should have little distance from your computer screen.
·        Try to sit up with chair tilted back slightly.
·        Head-your head should be upright facing forward.
·        When you seat down for work your thighs should be approximately parallel to the floor while the back of your knees should not be in contact with the chair seat.
·        Your mind and shoulders should be relaxed.
·        Your feet should be flat on the floor or on a footrest.
·        Your back should be firmly supported.
·        Your arm should rest lightly on the armrests of the chair.
·        When you seat down on chair your wrists should be straight and flat not bent backwards. Examples of good body posture are given below:


·        At first my suggestion is that you better to use glass or sunglass so that it can protect your eye sight from harming
·        You should keep in mind that your keyboard angle should be adjusted as flat as possible or pointing slightly down and the keyboard should be at seated elbow height.
·        Use adjusted chair and the height of your keyboard so you can follow the above state guidelines.

·        The top of your monitor screen should be slightly below eye level.
·        Your mouse or other input device should be at elbow height next to your keyboard.
·        Your monitor and keyboard should be in line with the center of your upper torso and eyes to help you avoid awkward and uncomfortable body positions.
·        Use a wrist rest if you find it difficult or tiring to hold your wrists level. Never plant your wrists on the wrist rest while you key. Use it to support your palms between keying activities.
·        Adjust your monitor so the contrast is high, the brightness low. You may need to adjust it several times during the day, as ambient room light changes.
·        Adjust the angle of your monitor to reduce glare or reflection. Try to have your monitor at right angles to windows or long banks light.
·        Keep the screen free of dust and fingerprints.
·        If the display is blurry or jittery report it to your supervisor.