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what do i do should after 100% charge ??

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what do i do  should  after 100% charge ?? do i have to unplug  the charger or leave it 

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Hi @Ibrahim16,

 

Thanks for stopping by the HP community. A very good day to you. 🙂 I reviewed the post regarding assistance to leave the charger connected or not after charging the battery to 100%. I will be delighted to assist you here. 🙂Superb description and stupendous diagnosis of the issue before posting. Kudos to you for that. 🙂

For better clarity and to assist you better I would require information regarding this:

  • Does your computer work correctly without hassles?

For now, let me keep you posted about a few things.

  • If you want to take the notebook around with you could disconnect the adapter and use the notebook everywhere on battery power till the battery charge runs low and indicates that it need to be charged again by the charger.
  • If you use the computer at your desk and not take it anywhere then you could leave the charger connected to it. It should not harm the battery.

Hope this answers your question.

Some tips to enhance battery life:

  • Please always charge the battery to 100% and use it on battery standby.
  • Then when the charger is plugged in, there is no issue here. However, when you continue to sue the computer on battery standby, make sure to drain down the battery to lower than 15% before recharging the battery again.
  • One in a while, for example, once in 15 days, save up all your work when the battery shows a notification that it is low on charge and allow it to drain down completely before charging again, which enhances the battery’s life and performance.
  • This across devices like camera, cell phone or notebook.
  • This is because, with each charge and discharge, the battery completes 1 charging cycle and the life cycle of the battery diminishes.
  • The battery has a life cycle of a standard amount of charges and discharges only. (depends on the size of the battery)
  • It is never a good idea to charge the battery to 100% and deplete 30% of its charge and connect the charger to it again.
  • Because you lose out on 70% of its remaining charge and complete only battery charging cycle if you plug the charger back to charge the battery.
  • As it goes from 70% to 100% charge and completes 1 charging cycle.

Please check this link out to improve battery performance. There is an associated video included as well. Link HP Notebook PCs - Improving Battery Performance (Windows 10, 8, 7):http://hp.care/2syuGOs

 

 

Please perform all these steps patiently as it is critical to resolving the issue. The trick is to remain patient, Going by your technical expertise and competence I am sure you will be able to perform these steps without breaking a sweat. 🙂

 

Hope this helps. Let me know how this goes. I genuinely hope the issue gets resolved without hassles and the unit works great.

 

To simply say thanks, please click the "Thumbs Up" button to give me a Kudos to appreciate my efforts to help. If this helps, please mark this as “Accepted Solution as it will help several others with the same issue to get it resolved without hassles.

Take care now and have a terrific week ahead. 🙂

DavidSMP
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