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my laptop model is HP Notebook PC 14-r000ne core i5. Should I Leave My Laptop Plugged In All The Time even after it is fully charged?

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@amit003 wrote:

my laptop model is HP Notebook PC 14-r000ne core i5. Should I Leave My Laptop Plugged In All The Time even after it is fully charged?


It really depends on how often you're using your battery.  I leave mine in all the time for convenience and because if you lose power (outage or cord coming out) then the battery in your notebook will save your work and prevent damage due to sudden power loss.

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Hi Amit,

 

Yes you can leave the charge connected after its fully charged if your using the computer.

 

to know more about the battery you can check with this links

 

HP Notebook PCs - Understanding Lithium-Ion and Smart Battery Technology

 

HP Notebook PCs - Improving Battery Performance (Windows 8, 7, Vista)

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