National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day is celebrated every year on the third Monday of October and this year it will be celebrated on 14th October. Few people have neat, tidy and well-organized desktops and some people have untidy desktops if you are one of that kind then this is a day to think back to when your computer was clean and the desktop was neatly well organized. This day was first celebrated around the world in the year 2010.

“Organizing is what you do before you do something so that when you do it, it is not all mixed up” – A. A. Milne.

History of National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day

Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day was created by the PCMuseum.ca to motivate people to neatly organize their desktops and return it to that perfect vision they received when they initially booted up their computer. A clean and organized desktop has been said to be the sign of an organized mind. The cluttered and unorganized desktop will slow down your computer, and it makes the finding of files more very hard to take this day as an opportunity to clean and organize your desktop so that you can work easily on your computer.

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Other Celebrations on October 14

October 14 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day

Celebrate National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day by cleaning up your desktop by deleting unnecessary and unimportant files and organizing the rest into folders. Transfer pictures on your desktop to storage devices like SD cards, or just save them in special folders on your hard drive. Also, share pictures with your clean and tidy computer and share your thoughts about the day on social media by using the hashtag #CleanYourVirtualDesktopDay.

Thank you for reading the post. You can celebrate every day with Happydays365.org and Happy National Clean Your Virtual Desktop Day 2019.

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