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Monday, December 19, 2011
Laptop batteries, as we all know them to be, are the lifeblood of laptop computers without which it seems impossible to fulfill any special requirements in office work today. Despite the role of our laptops at hand as nothing but a mobile PC, as matches the opinions of some people, one of the most important things that most consumers of laptop batteries feel it difficult to reckon with is their maintenance and using skills.

The current times is seeing the various heated debate among numerous laptop users over the issues of how to scientifically apply the battery to a laptop and how to credit the battery with good maintenance. Most of these debates, overall though, are aimed at giving users a basic introduction and idea of how laptop batteries’ maintenance and usage can best take place, so that more and more users, it is to be hoped, will be able to begin rectifying their conventional mistakes in the employment of laptop batteries in laptops.

One of the essential steps that requires handling is that in case of the negative impact of laptop batteries’ memory effect on the improbability of their subjection to more subsequent supply of electricity, a laptop computer, once bought, will have to remember to be fully charged continuously for twelve hours by laptop users for at least three times, so that in the future they will be able to charge the battery every time it runs out of electricity. Their doing so results from their worry and fear of the residence of memory effect in laptop batteries, which, provided that prior to its real operation, the battery hasn’t been completely and continually charged, can keep the laptop from working for very long.

It needs to be pointed out here that the memory effect of laptop batteries refers to the tendency of batteries to automatically remain in the same special working circulation as is encountered by them right after it ends. That accounts for why some people keep saying if a charging of a battery at 50% is able to prompt it to commence being used, then its subsequent memory effect will be 50% before there being no access of additional electricity to it. For laptops equipped with Li-ion battery, it seems possible for users to neglect the existence of memory effect, for there is a great compatibility of such batteries with the internal running of laptop programs.

With the gradual development of manufacturing workmanship, Li-ion batteries’ stable current can be said to empower users to hold in check their deep charging of them for four hours, so there is no need to apply the rules of charging mobile batteries to those of charging laptop batteries. When there is no charge inside a laptop battery, users should mechanically supply it with electricity; and it is necessary for users to deeply release the electricity within a laptop battery every other week or month, because there may be a surplus overflow of battery electricity to produce too much heat for laptop hard drive. And the process of deep release of electricity, in point of fact, is equal to the automatic supply of your laptop with electricity when it is unplugged to an electric socket, in which case, the laptop is bound to run down and automatically shut down eventually. Yet there should be no much frequency of deep release of electricity.

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by: USB Phone World