Once in a while you find someone that keeps looking. I was just about to see if this model has a battery life extender feature, but as you cross posted, you are eating up more than a few person's donated time.
No. There's no reason to do this.
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Hy everyone, i bought this laptop. I like this one very much. But only one question. Is there any way to put on direct 'charge' (meaning that i want to keep it plugged-in, but without the battery being affected)??? Is there any way to 'turn off' the battery, because I can't get it out. It is inside the laptop, and I can't access it. I am on windows 7, if it makes some difference. Thanks.
I can't guess why but at the office we left and still do leave laptops plugged in for years without any ill effect. The really great side effect is that we don't put UPS units all around the facility.
There were some folk from another time (?) that wanted to "save the battery." They are usually searching for such odd things. I guess you could have a tech unplug it for you?
thanks friend, but yes, i want to save the battery. my laptop is brand new an that's way. so is there no other way??? just like this?
Laptops over a decade ago did have some problems but today they plug in, charge up and then just float along for years if you keep it on the mains.
There are so many prior discussions and you may be thinking of issues over a decade ago.
Let's say you are insistent. You bought the wrong laptop.
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