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HP ProBook 450 G7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

BatteryCare перестал выключать зарядку на 80%
В BIOS использовалась функция BatteryCare и мой ноутбук HP ProBook 450 заряжался на 80% (постоянно от сети), но я обновлял BIOS до последней версии 
S71 Ver. 01.10.00 и ноутбук теперь заряжается до 100%, несмотря на настройки BatteryCare ( Увеличить работоспособность аккумулятора). В документации по HP  написано  Увеличить работоспособность аккумулятора  : используйте этот параметр, если компьютер большую часть времени подключен к адаптеру питания. Этот параметр увеличивает работоспособность аккумулятора за счет снижения максимального уровня заряда аккумулятора до 80%.

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BatteryCare stopped turning off charging by 80%
The BIOS used the BatteryCare feature and my HP ProBook 450 was charging 80% (always on AC), but I was updating the BIOS to the latest S71 Ver. 01.10.00 and the laptop now charges to 100% despite the BatteryCare settings. The HP documentation says: Maximize Battery Health: Use this option if your computer is connected to the power adapter most of the time. This setting improves battery performance by reducing the maximum battery charge level to 80%.

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