N/APosted on - 03/30/2013
Hallo Guys! I have a dell vostro laptop which I use a lot for my programming work. At times I get so much into my work that I don't realize that it is already fully charged. I want to keep the charge to between 40-90%. I am using windows 7 sp2 platform which I realized has limited battering setting options. If there is a third party battery charge limit, which one is it and how does it work? Could there be any in-built tool in windows for this?
I need a battery charge limit to help control laptop charge percentage?
Hi there David Tonya,
I am afraid you won't find what you're looking for. However, this shouldn't concern you. Battery used to have a problem with overcharging long time ago and unless you are using ten years old notebook (and you're not) your notebook will not overcharge if you keep it plugged in after it shows 100 percent.
Even if you manage to limit the charging, you won't prolong your battery's life that way. The only way to take out the maximum of your battery is to use it with the instructions that came with the notebook.