When we start gaming, we can’t deny that we get into “game mode”. Meaning, we stay in front of the PC for hours enjoying our gameplay.
But it does come with its own set of negative effects like carpal tunnel, neck pressure, eyestrain, and body pains.
Using a regular chair when gaming for long hours often leads to poor posture. This won't only limit movements, but it'll also bring about strain on different parts of your body. At the end of the day, your back, neck, and shoulders are in for pressure because of the bad posture.
This is the reason why proper posture and ergonomics are important, and they work simultaneously for a better gaming experience. So, if you’re a gamer, a comfy and ergonomic gamespace will keep you feeling and working at your best.
Microsoft has announced the upcoming release of their newest operating system, Windows 11. We're expecting it to come out in the later months of 2021. When it's here, you can update it like usual but the computer or laptop you’re working with should be compatible with it.
Windows 11 promises to bring with it a bunch of new features and a streamlined user experience, so the question is, will you be upgrading?