Tuesday, 3 December 2013

How to live large on every battery charge? | Tevhvedic


Low-battery issues can occur anytime. And, the situation becomes worse when you don’t even have the charger with you. Thus, this tutorial is helpful for you.


For mobile users

If you want to increase your battery life after charging then try to reduce your consumption. For this, you have to use applications less by turning them off when not in need. The most important thing that you can turn off is display by reducing the brightness. The GPS circuitry and the real-time navigation software are the real power suckers. Try to use it less. Other than this, Bluetooth, NFC, and Wi-Fi should also be used very less to double your battery life. Moreover, avoid multitasking.

For Laptop users

Talking about the laptop users, you can do much more stuff to reduce battery drain including back-lit keyboards, Firewire ports, Wi-Fi, sound and auxiliary video controllers, serial and com ports, optical drive and web cams. By disabling a bunch of these devices, you can save battery to certain extent. To disable any piece of hardware, type “device manager" using the Windows find function and select the device you want to enable or disable from the list. Don’t forget to close the unessential background processes. This you can do by going to “Task manager”, select the “processes” tab and check the process names and descriptions. In order to kill any third-party process, you need to right-click over the program and select “End Process Tree” from the options. 

For boosting battery lifespan

There are some tricks to maximize the lifespan of lithium-ion battery. Stop draining it to a maximum point and plug it into charging before low battery warning comes up. Furthermore, avoid leaving your Li-ion powered device in a hot car or near another heat source as it can lessen its recoverable capacity. By doing this, you are reducing four-hour run time to three hours. Also, using a touch charger is not a good option as it can reduce your battery’s lifespan. Keeping chargers away from other heat source doesn’t mean that you have to freeze them. Your battery needs just 60 degree Fahrenheit. 

Li-ion batteries have charge controllers that can control overcharging and over-discharging. If you find your charger or device overheated, stop using it. Always store a lithium-ion battery at 60 degrees with somewhere around 40% charge.

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