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    Facing issue in battery drained

    by aayushi789 ·

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    My company bought a laptop for me 3 months ago
    But from the last 15 days its battery drained off very soon, due to which we are facing a delay in completing our task.

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      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Facing issue in battery drained

      Have you determined that there are any applications running in the background that you don’t need or want to run? If you can’t find the issue, contact the company that sold it to you for help and/or possible warranty replacement.

      Not enough information was provided to troubleshoot further. We don’t know the make/model of the laptop, what OS it is running or how you are using it (what applications for example).

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      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Facing issue in battery drained

      In principle, that’s a warranty issue. But before bringing it back to the shop for a repair do a full reset of Windows yourself, back to factory conditions, to see if it’s something in the software.

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      Battery time is always for limited use.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Facing issue in battery drained

      When I need to get work done, I plug it in. I never “rely” on the battery.

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      please check this

      by zahdfazall7 ·

      In reply to Facing issue in battery drained

      Certainly, I’d be happy to help you address the laptop battery drain issue. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to approach and potentially resolve the problem:

      1. Check Power Settings
      – Click on the battery icon in the taskbar (usually located in the bottom-right corner of the screen).
      – Select “Power & sleep settings” or a similar option.
      – Ensure that the power plan is set to a balanced or recommended mode rather than a power-saving mode.

      Review Background Apps
      – Sometimes, background apps can consume a significant amount of battery.
      – Go to “Settings” > “Privacy” > “Background apps” and toggle off unnecessary apps.

      Adjust Display Brightness
      – Lower the screen brightness to conserve battery life.
      – Use the keyboard shortcuts or go to “Settings” > “System” > “Display” to adjust brightness settings.

      Manage Startup Programs
      – Unnecessary startup programs can drain the battery even when you’re not actively using the laptop.
      – Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to open the Task Manager, then go to the “Startup” tab and disable programs that aren’t needed at startup.

      Check Battery Health
      – Some laptops come with built-in battery health diagnostic tools.
      – Search for “Battery Health” or “Battery Diagnostic” in the Start menu to see if any options are available.

      Update Drivers and Software
      – Outdated drivers or software can sometimes cause battery drain.
      – Go to the manufacturer’s website or use Windows Update to ensure all drivers and software are up to date.

      Disable Unnecessary Hardware
      – Disable Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and any other hardware you’re not using.
      – Use the function keys on your laptop to quickly enable/disable these features.

      Run a Virus Scan
      – Malware or viruses can cause excessive battery usage.
      – Use a reliable antivirus program to perform a thorough scan of your laptop.

      Reset Power Management Settings
      – Sometimes, power management settings can become corrupted.
      – Open Command Prompt as an administrator and run the command: powercfg -restoredefaultschemes

      Consider Battery Replacement
      – If the laptop is older and the battery health is significantly degraded, it might be time for a battery replacement.

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