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    How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

    by zengunshop ·

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    If someone have relevant answer so please my question.
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    • #3967599

      Reply To: How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      You need to clarify your question/request. I have no idea what timing has to do with your laptop battery. Your question sounds like something you would ask an auto mechanic instead about your car battery and the car engine.

      • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by birdmantd.
      • #3967622

        Re: battery

        by kees_b ·

        In reply to Reply To: How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

        I think he means something like “With a fully charged battery I can now use my laptop for 2.5 hours without a power adapter. How do I make it 3.5 hours like it used to be.”

        That indeed needs info about the battery, the laptop and what it’s used for, An hour bitcoin mining uses much more electricity than an hour typing a document.

    • #3967711

      There’s so many prior answers.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      I hope you’ve done the basics which is on the web. After that we look to changing out hardware. If the laptop has a HDD we change it to SSD to save power and speed things along.

      I hope you understand I haven’t listed what you commonly read on the web here but added what you might not read on the top 10 articles about getting more battery time.

    • #3968100

      How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      by rajesh_0047 ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      One way is to reduce your screen brightness.

    • #3968376

      Reply To: How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      by prioryplop0q ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      Windows gestures uses the internal GPU to work due to their fancy animations. However, firing a GPU is not superfast. So Intel sometimes decides to leave the GPU running in the background (as windows device manager) in order to be ready for you when you are going to switch between tabs and so on. This doesn’t mean that the gpu works 100% of the time but it tends to be on for few minutes after you use the gestures (in fact you might notice a little lag the first time you do it but if you do it right after is gonna work smooth). Hence, setting the Intel settings on power saver will have your animations running less smoothly and a little laggy but it also turns on the GPU only when it’s strictly needed saving you battery.

    • #3972441

      Down Grade the performance

      by old molases ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      You can get more timings from the battery by choosing the battery plans that your laptop offers or you can make one as per your needs. This way you can get more out of the existing battery, but the performance of the laptop might be compromised.

    • #3973307

      Reply To: How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      by pumper05sanity ·

      In reply to How can I increase my Laptop Battery Timing?

      There should be some kind of control center for your machine. Try to find performance profile options like quiet, balanced, performance and set it to quiet which should limit CPU power and thus prolong battery life.

      Use windows power saving mode.

      Uninstall all bloatware.

      Disable services (which you don’t need and they are not core component of OS function must google it).

      Disable background apps.

      Could take a look in BIOS and see options there.

      Disable keyboard backlight and lower screen brightness.

      Try Linux if hardware is supported. There are some lightweight distros which could help with battery life.

      iGPU should also have power saver mode.

      Hardware component CPU, GPU, battery are the main limiting factor. If battery capacity is small and CPU is not efficient there is not much you can do, but definitely give it a try maybe it helps. BTW what is your current battery life while for example browsing web?

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