We all might have had different devices and with the experience, we can say ‘that the battery to my previous device lasted longer’ or ‘My current device has a stronger battery than the previous one’. Well today, we want to teach you how to make your laptop battery last longer.
While it is normal and necessary that your laptop battery must be drained due to the usage, there are certain things you can do to help make the battery last longer.
Yes! A good number of Laptops today are made with powerful batteries which can keep the device working for a whole day. However, if you’ve got your eyes on this very article, it means your battery doesn’t last long enough for you. You will know exactly what you need to do to make it last longer, just read further.
How to make your laptop battery last longer
We’ve prepared four tips which will definitely help you with keeping your battery stronger to take you through your project.
Keep the screen dim
The screen of your device uses a reasonable amount of your battery, keeping the screen dimmed is a good way of extendeding the duration to be covered by your laptop battery. Less energy will be demanded by the screen, which means the battery won’t have to offer much of it’s energy to the LCD.
Adjust your device Power settings
Your Laptop always has a ‘Balanced’ power setting, it’s the default one. But this can be changed in the control panel. You should change the setting from ‘Balanced’ to ‘Power Saver’.
This can be done by easily searching ‘Power’ in the control panel. You can temper with the settings and set the laptop screen to sleep after some minutes of inactivity, this prevents the screen from staying ‘On’ only to drain power from the battery.
Disable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
This is very important if you’re not using them, these two fellows demand much from your device battery as well.
Doing this can be a little trickish for other windows. But if you’re using Windows 8, you’ll just need to do a little key combination of (Win+A) then, you’ll go ahead to clicking the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth icons to disable them.
Don’t fall in love with the plugs
The whole point is; don’t always leave your device connected to the plugs. Too much of Charging can be very bad for your battery’s strength.
Though some batteries do have overcharging protection (Lithium-ion in particular), it’s not good to keep doing it over and over.