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My laptop HP ENVY x360 doesn't have Battery Care Function in BIOS

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HP ENVY x360 - 15m-bp012dx
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Hi,

I am using HP ENVY x360 - 15m-bp012dx, I have known that HP have a function called as Battery Care Function in BIOS to increase the battery's durability by the way it allows the laptop stop the charging at the desired level (50-80-100 %) without unpluging the charger.

But my device doesn't have that function although i have updated the lastest BIOS and Chipset Driver ( My current BIOS is 1.45 release date on Jul 1, 2019).

Is there no more function like this in my device BIOS ? Or i will wait if the engineers in HP help me customize and update this PC' BIOS

I am sorry if this is a repost or if this question was already answered elsewhere.

Can somebody helpme ? Thanks in advance!

 

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Hi,

I believe this feature is usually only available on Business and some gaming PCs.

If you leave the notebook constantly plugged in the battery will stop charging at 100% and will only start charging again once it falls below a certain threshold. I believe about 5%.

Usually, I replace the batteries in my notebooks about every 18-24 months as I notice the decrease in the life of the battery.

 

Hope it helps,

David

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I see, thank you very much for your explanation, sir !

 
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You're welcome.

 

All the best,

David

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