Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Tips To Save Your Laptop Battery Life

If you are going on a road trip and do not have frequent access to a power point to charge your laptop battery, saving battery life is the only solution. The first thing is to switch it off when not in need; in hostel rooms and college life, we rarely see laptops switched off, which would adversely weaken the laptop battery regardless of the brand. Almost all laptop computers come with power saving mode or enter hibernating state, so that battery charge would remain longer.

Computer support tips to save laptop battery 
What all have you done yet to save laptop battery life? If you do not have a control on the battery usage, the battery would worsen its performance eventually. Here are 6 things to be taken care of, if you are focusing on enhancing your laptop battery life.
External devices

Remove external devices right after use as the plugged in devices to laptop ports consumes power to a large extent, having an impact on the remaining battery charge.
Display settings 

Just like mobile phones, laptop screens are also great power guzzlers. So make sure to keep the screen brightness as low as possible to prevent more battery usage. If you have enabled keyboard backlighting, more battery charge would be used up; turn off this feature as well to save battery.

Internal fans would run faster due to overheating and consumes more battery charge. Make use of coolers to steer away from this situation.

If you do not shut down your laptop properly, the system enters the hibernating mode, which would require some battery power.
Windows power plans

These are built in set ups for Windows system to save battery charge. These power plans avail you features to turn off devices, USB power and brightness, so that no unnecessary battery power is used by your laptop computer.
Battery care

 The battery discharge cycle is recorded by this application and displays a detailed status of the battery listing out consumption, wear level, manufacturer…The CPU and hard drive temperature are indicated if the system is overheated.
There is hardly anyone who hasn’t slept off with the laptop on, watching a movie or listening to music. There are few others who always keep the power cord plugged into the laptop computer and keep on charging the battery. This would kill the battery life and any computer support team would readily accept this.

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