Can my HP laptop battery that is set to charge limit of 80% be damaged or reduces it life span if the charge adapter is still connected to the laptop after it gone past the 80% charge limit and it showing fully charged?
Hi, thank you but it seems you didn't get my question. My battery is fine but I recently changed the battery maximum charge limit to 80 % in the bios was recommended by HP. Now once it changes to 79% it shows fully charge and stop charging which is fine from the settings I just did in the bios. Now, my question is, if I didn't remove the charging cable or adapter and left it connected to the PC even when it is 80% and not charging, will this damage my PC battery? I believed it should not that is why HP recommended this I think. Please, I need someone to tell if this can damage the battery if the charging adapter is not removed from the PC even when it is 80% full and no more charging due to the maximum charge battery limit settings i chose. Thank you!
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