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Toshiba has come a long way when it comes to the battery life in their laptops, but that does not make them immune to the occasional hiccup. Poor charging practices can cause issues with battery life, and power-sucking settings can deplete a charged Toshiba Satellite C655 Charger, especially an older one, at a surprising rate. For many Toshiba laptops, even temperature can affect whether and how your Toshiba Satellite P305D Charger and discharges.
Charging New Toshiba Satellite P500 Charger
your laptop is brand new, you have an opportunity to maximize your
battery's health from the get-go. CNET authors Asher Moses and Brian
Nadel state that long-term battery vitality can be ensured if "when
first using your notebook on Toshiba Satellite P300 Charger,
[you] let the battery completely drain before you recharge it. Don't
recharge when the battery is only half drained. Do that for at least the
first two sessions." If you continue to do this every time you use your
Toshiba Satellite Pro L500 Charger
, you will extend the length of time your laptop can run on battery power.
One of the main reasons battery life is so short on many laptops is because of the power settings. You can access the power settings on a Toshiba either by right-clicking the Acer Aspire 5740G Charger tray icon in the lower-right corner of your screen and click "Power Options", or by going to Control Panel > Power Options. Here, you can select the settings your computer will use when it is running on battery power, adjust when the display turns off, choose when the computer will go to sleep, and decide how bright your display is. The default "Power Saver" settings adjust the display brightness to about 40%, turn off the display after 3 minutes of inactivity and put the Acer Aspire 5740DG Charger to sleep after 15 minutes. Think about which settings make the most sense for you, and adjust your computer accordingly to save power.
Extreme temperatures can negatively affect your laptop's battery. According to Moses and Nadel, you should not expose your battery to extreme heat or cold. Heat causes batteries to lose their charge very quickly and cold batteries don't perform as well. In addition, some Acer Aspire 7535 Charger can detect when they have heated up too much, and will not charge even when the AC power is plugged in. The computer will display "AC power plugged in; battery not charging," in this case. If this happens, you can charge the battery by shutting down your computer and letting the Toshiba Satellite M750 Charger charge while the computer is off.
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