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HP Pavilion Gaming 15-dk2000 Laptop PC (2P1Z8AV)
Microsoft Windows 11

My laptop doesn't have an option to lock the max battery charge to 80% in BIOS. It only has "Adaptive Battery Optimizer" option. Since I almost never use my laptop on battery power, is there any other way to lock max charge to 80% or lower?

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Hi, @Roshen try these tips.

 

  1. Power off your HP laptop if it is On.
  2. Next, press the Power button to restart your PC. While the computer starts up, start pressing the F10 key to enter the HP BIOS Setup Utility.
  3. Once in BIOS, use the right arrow key to open the Configuration tab. If not, open the Advanced tab.
  4. Next, use the down arrow key and select Adaptive Battery Optimizer. If not available, select Power Management Options.
  5. Press Enter and select Enabled to turn on Adaptive Battery Optimizer.
  6. If your system has Power Management Options, then select the drop-down for Battery Health Manager and select Maximize my battery health. This setting maximizes the battery health by lowering the maximum battery charge level to 80%.
  7. Next, press the F10 key to save the changes and exit.

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Hi, @Roshen try these tips.

 

  1. Power off your HP laptop if it is On.
  2. Next, press the Power button to restart your PC. While the computer starts up, start pressing the F10 key to enter the HP BIOS Setup Utility.
  3. Once in BIOS, use the right arrow key to open the Configuration tab. If not, open the Advanced tab.
  4. Next, use the down arrow key and select Adaptive Battery Optimizer. If not available, select Power Management Options.
  5. Press Enter and select Enabled to turn on Adaptive Battery Optimizer.
  6. If your system has Power Management Options, then select the drop-down for Battery Health Manager and select Maximize my battery health. This setting maximizes the battery health by lowering the maximum battery charge level to 80%.
  7. Next, press the F10 key to save the changes and exit.
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