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if i use the laptop all day, is it better if i take out the battery and plug it in directly?
vs having it plugged in all day with the battery inserted?
I would take it out. Nasira ang batt ng HP ko dahil naiwanan na naka-plug in overnight with the batt in it. Kaya eto, minutes lang critical na at humihingi ng AC power.
yes, it would be better if you take it out. nababawasan battery life pag all day naka plug in kasi hindi na nacha-charge/nadi-discharge
The last two posts are battery myths. The only reason it's good to take out the battery of a laptop is because of heat coming from the laptop, which decreases the lifespan. Furthermore, charge-discharge cycles in Li-ons only decrease the lifespan and do not increase it. This myth probably comes from the older battery chemistries where battery conditioning with charge-discharge cycles was still valid. Lastly, it is impossible to overcharge a Li-on even if you plug it in a laptop for a year. A high charge state (e.g. 98%) versus a lower one (like ~60%) will shorten the battery lifespan but it's pretty much impractical to keep the battery at a low charge. However if you plan to remove the battery and store it somewhere for a long time then it is best to do so at a lower charge state, ~60%, if I recall correctly.
Personally, I keep the laptop battery plugged in simply to guard against power loss/brownouts, especially during the rainy season. If I had a UPS I'd remove it.
^ 100% agree with Les.
I usually leave the battery on the laptop whether it's charging or not. Li-Ion batteries won't overcharge as it has a circuit to stop charging when full. The circuit also discharges the battery if you store for a long time.
Don't fully discharge Li-Ion batteries because the built-in circuit won't function properly. It causes the battery to malfunction and won't accept charge from the power adapter. Usually, they just replace the circuit to make the battery work again in case the cells are still in good condition.
Just make sure to cool the bottom of your laptop to lessen battery failure.
marami naman paraan para malaman kung sandy bridge na yung proc eh. check mo yung specs ng laptop mismo, may sticker naman yan sa palm rest. kung duda ka sa sticker, check mo system properties kung anong model at compare mo yung nakalagay sa sticker. the best way to identify is CPU-Z. install mo lang yan then run. makikita mo mismo yung codename ng processor.
saan po ba magandang bumili ng laptop? sa gilmore or sa North edsa, may asus K43SV kasi sa gilmore worth 30K 4gb ram, i5,. pero sa north hindi pa kasi ako nakatingin sa ASUS na store dun
I've visited both places and both have a wide selection of laptops. I'm not sure how identical models are priced between the two places but it wouldn't hurt to canvass both places if really keen on getting the best deal.
maganda po ba ang ASUS K43SV para sa gaming,. pero sa bakit sabi sa website ng nvidia meron yung OPTIMUS TECHNOLOGY pero sabi sa ibang forum wala daw
(optimus technology sa video card po)
to check if 1st generation or 2nd gen, its gen na i3 or i5 3 numbers and code niya like i3 m380 or i5 m560.
second gen i3 or i5 has 4 number code like i3 2310m or i5 2410m
Mga boss ano po ba ang mas maganda yung genuine na windows oh kahit yung fake? please reply po kayo ASAP
Kung kailangan mo talaga ng Windows, yung genuine nalang. Hassle kasi kapag umeksena si WGA. Pero kung ok lang sa iyo kahit walang updates, pwede na rin yung hindi.
Kung gusto mo naman subukan ang ibang OS... Look up Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
my mga owner ba ng dv6000 dito?? nasira na tong skin feeling ko hindi na to mag lalast pa ..
Genuine vs Pirated os?
Genuine if you can afford it.