Last updated: November 24, 2020
We can sometimes use our laptops for days with a charging cable attached. So, does using the laptop constantly at the socket, leaving it on constant charge harm the laptop?
Is it harmful to constantly use the laptop? Should the laptop be used plugged in? Is it wrong to use the laptop without a battery? Here is the short and concise answer to these questions.
Is it harmful to constantly use the laptop?
Lithium-ion (Li-ion) and Lithium Polymer (Li-Po) batteries found in new laptops automatically stop charging when the charge level reaches 100% and the power from the charging cable to the battery is cut off. Even if you always leave the battery plugged in, there is no danger of overcharging.
The average battery’s 500 charge cycle are available. Each cycle involves using 100 percent of the battery. Leaving the battery at 100 percent continuously will shorten its life.
If the battery of the laptop can be removed, you can also work without a battery directly connected to electricity. However, this causes your data to fly off by turning off the laptop in case of sudden power failure. Before this topic
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