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Ajith_Kumar_A
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About My Hp Notebook Battery Health

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HP 15-AF103AX
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Hello Everyone,

My name is Ajith, I am from India. I am here to clear my doubt regarding taking care of my Hp Notebook Battery.  I have came across two different discussion on one single topic in the internet which is people say that keeping our laptop' battery energy percentage between 30% to 90% all the time and  draining our laptop battery completely once every two months or three months will actually help the notebook battery to have a long life span.

 

And another set of  people discuss that draining the notebook's battery will actually reduce the lifespan of our laptop's battery in the long run but instead they are advising PC users to maintain the battery energy percentage between 30% to 90% all the time without draining the laptop's battery every two or three months to increase the life span of our notebook's battery.

 

So this is my doubt currently, which one should i really go with? Should I maintain my battery percentage between 30% to 90% and drain my battery once every two months or three months or maintain my battery percentage within 30% to 90% without draining the battery.

 

Please help me out. Thank you very much for spending your valuable and precious time to read what I have written. My heart thanks to your kind heart with all respect.

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

This is the latest guidance provided by HP for how to take care of your notebook's battery.

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01297640

 

Also read this...look under the 'How do I maximize the capacity and life span of the battery?' section...

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04700771

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