If those are CPU temps, they are high, but not distastrously high:
Here are some sample CPU temps on my Core 2 Duo at different times:
83 ambient, minor load: 43
80 ambient, using the Intel TAT tool to stress the CPU: 60
72 ambient; minor load: 34
The ambients are Fahrenheit; the others are Celsius.
I wouldn't freak out, but I'd get to the bottom of it. It's too high--assuming the temps are accurate and the CPU is not under a serious load.
The left hand side of the screen says a test took about 18 seconds and the WR (world record?) is about 6 seconds. I'm wondering if you just took a stress test when the measurement was taken? Was this a Pi test or similar?
I have a desktop. I assume laptops run a bit hotter.
If it's during or immediately after a stress, I'd ignore it until I knew the non-stress temps.
Regarding fans. If its a desktop, you should already have a fan on the backside, and it should be pulling air OUT.