Fully Charged! Want to improve your battery life in Windows 7?

Fully Charged battery in Windows 7

Having problems with your battery in Windows 7 or just after ways to improve your batteries efficiency? If yes then take a look at the following Windows 7 articles:

“Ever run out of battery power in the middle of an important meeting or a long flight? Even with advances in technology, your laptop battery can last only so long on a single charge. The trick is to squeeze the most out of the power that's available”

“Does it seem like no matter what you do, your computer is always out of battery power? It might be time to replace the battery. Every battery has a designed capacity—basically the amount of charge that it's designed to hold. Over time batteries lose their ability to hold a charge. This means that even though you're charging your battery fully, the actual amount of power that the battery can hold is going down”

“…solutions to some common problems with laptop batteries.

“A power plan is a collection of hardware and system settings that manage how your computer uses power. You can use power plans to reduce the amount of power your computer uses, maximize performance, or balance the two. For information about making your laptop battery last longer”

“Your laptop can help you be productive when you attend meetings. With a laptop, you can give presentations, compile notes, and even collaborate with colleagues during a discussion. However, it's important to configure your computer properly before you arrive at a meeting so that you don't spend valuable time trying to change the settings.”


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