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Many laptop users have this question and we will answer it right now:
The answer is: YES and NO, it depends on the situation.
Having a battery fully charged and the laptop plugged in is not harmful, because as soon as the charge level reaches 100% the battery stops receiving charging energy and this energy is bypassed directly to the power supply system of the laptop.
However there's a disadvantage in keeping the battery in its socket when the laptop is plugged in, but only if it's currently suffering from excessive heating caused by the laptop hardware.

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Thanks for sharing, very good guide for battery optimization
Very good share Worship
thanks for share
The manual for current laptops often still says "don't leave on charge when full", but pretty sure Li-Ion or Li-Po manage their own charging, they'd blow up otherwise.
Thanks for share
Thanks.

I happen to use my laptop on battery everyday twice for 45 minutes. In this way I drain the battery and let it charge.

For those who seldom discharge their batteries - face a problem of their battery losing the capacity to hold the charge. So I would suggest to at least drain the battery to FULL once a week..
My lap have an icon consider replace with other battery in taskbar, can I get warranty by producer?

(Anh Trung chỉ em với).
(07-29-2011, 01:06 AM)WhitemouseAV Wrote: Guests cannot see links. Registration or Login is required.
My lap have an icon consider replace with other battery in taskbar, can I get warranty by producer?

(Anh Trung chỉ em với).

Yes, if u r still under warranty Angel
(07-29-2011, 01:06 AM)WhitemouseAV Wrote: Guests cannot see links. Registration or Login is required.
My lap have an icon consider replace with other battery in taskbar, can I get warranty by producer?

(Anh Trung chỉ em với).

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for detailed information about your battery.