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How dangerous to a computer is touching the screen?


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Someone I know accidentally touched (with her finger) the screen of my MacBook, how dangerous is that to the screen/computer?
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Apart from making it dirty and full of finger prints it won't harm the screen/computer.

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Depends on the pressure of how hard you're touching it, obviously if you punch or poke really hard it, something's going to happen, but just touching it won't do anything.

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