Joined: 10 Nov 2008 Posts: 2 Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
Posted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:46 pm Post subject:
From my understanding of batteries Lithium Ion batteries do not have the same problems with "memory" that NiCad had. Keeping them plugged in all the time does not have the same bad effect that it did in other battery types. Of course, batteries will always lose their potential over time.
Simple things like keeping your screen's brightness down, turning down the maximum potential for your CPU's processing power, turning off all wireless transceivers (WiFi, bluetooth and cellular) and not keeping a CD-ROM in the drive can go a long way towards keeping your battery alive longer.
Posted: Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:42 pm Post subject: Reply
Of course you can directly use your power cable to your laptop. it wiil be fine there is no risk at all. You don't even need to use UPC and all that.
And for the long life of the battery please use battery option.
Use Power Saver or Balanced option.
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