Charging laptop battery more efficiently for a longer life

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What will happen to my laptop battery when it is not fully discharged before recharging it? Does this affect the efficiency of the battery in any way? Do I have to charge the battery to 100% before using it or it is alright to stop charging before it reaches the 100% mark? Is there a downside to keeping the charger on while my battery is fully charged? Does this affect the battery’s efficiency?

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Answered By 70 points N/A #189149

Charging laptop battery more efficiently for a longer life

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Hello,

Laptop is such a machine that enables enjoying the PC anywhere. When it’s not on direct connection, it uses the battery inside it to get the electricity supply to run the hardware. When it connects to direct connection, it recharges the battery and runs on the direct connection.

It’s recommended and safer to use battery after it is 100% charged. The chemicals inside the battery are totally prepared again to provide a long journey support. If you disconnect the charger before it’s 100% charged, it’s OK but will give a pressure on the battery that will slowly bring the battery down.

The best practice of using laptop is to use it on direct electricity supply. The more you run your laptop on battery, the life of the battery slowly keeps on going down. If you travel a lot, make sure that your laptop is charged full before going out and after returning home, give it a full charge.

Thus, you can ensure a long life for your laptop’s battery.

Answered By 0 points N/A #189150

Charging laptop battery more efficiently for a longer life

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Hello, How are you? Older Ni-Cad batteries suffered from ‘memory effect’. The capacity of this type of battery decreases if it is not fully discharged. So charge the battery after fully discharging. But Lithium-ion battery has not this type of effect. So for this type of batteries fully discharging option is not mandatory. Because Lithium-PO batteries use a controller, which regulates internally. This has eliminated “memory effect” of the battery. That is exactly it. Learn more.

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