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byronigoe
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Battery Health Manager hassle

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Elitebook G1
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

With the latest BIOS and HP software I am now hassled with the following Battery Health Manager pop-up, with no way to dismiss it permanently.

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The only 3 options are: "Remind me later", "Let HP Maximize My Battery Health", and clicking the X (which seems to have the same effect as "Remind me later"). There should be an option for "I know what I'm doing, and please stop bothering me".

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jg12k10
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There does not seem to be a way to disable this nagging screen. When its active, I get maybe 45 minutes out of my battery vs 2-3 hours when its fully charged with this disabled. There should be a way to completely turn of this nagging screen. If HP is allowing overcharging due to a design problem, and their "fix" is to let me charge a battery to 80% (more like 40% in actual use) and then use it for 45 minutes at a time this isn't a real fix. 

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