Common Causes of Loss of Laptop Battery Charge

If you’re like me, then you know what it’s like to be running on a low charge from time to time. I’ve actually been finishing up a few emails while browsing Facebook and had my laptop shut off at a 10% charge. It was a little annoying.
It isn’t always like that, but I have a few tips that will give you some extra time when you need it. I know you’ll love them.

Some Simple Things You Can Do About Laptop Battery Lose Charge Quickly


Thinking back, there were a lot of things that helped caused my laptop to power down. It probably didn’t help that I had my browser running at the same time as my email app.  I might have even forgotten to shut down my Word processor. Running multiple programs can really drain your battery fast, so you want to make sure you’re running one thing at a time if you want a longer battery life.

The day was fast-paced and I needed my laptop on the go. It seemed like my laptop was working extra hard to cool down at the same time as power up, and that’s not really very cost-efficient.  I always worry about my battery over-heating, so I knew it wasn’t good to start it up, but I didn’t know that until it was too late. It’s especially rough on the battery itself when you don’t let it charge to 100%. You don’t want to learn the hard way.

You can also change some settings. Because I was using it right in the middle of the day, I wasn’t aware of how bright my screen was, and how hot that was making my laptop. Make sure you are only using as much as you really need.  You can sit in a shady area, or maybe boot it up later if that’s not possible. It’s better than having it power down and losing your work.

How to Give Your Laptop Battery That Extra Boost
Smart phones leave great clues. They have something called airplane mode, which is similar to power-savings modes on many laptops. What this does is basically change power-use settings so you don’t have to do it manually.

But there’s another aspect.
Laptops constantly search for external devices. This is a handy feature when you want to sync up without having to do it yourself, but it’s definitely not necessary when you’re not. You can dramatically boost the life of your laptop battery by removing this next cause.

This tip is a little obscure. A lot of the programs you use have auto-features that, when combined with everything else, burden your laptop battery quite a bit. See if you can reduce this with all of your programs. There a lot of ways to improve battery life. Many of them require a lot of steps and are difficult to find. If you’d like a simplified and detailed report, you can check out this article, enter your email, and receive it for free.

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