Check the Efficiency of Laptop Battery

Laptop batteries are an important component that needs to be treated. If the laptop is not supported with power from the battery then the user should always plug in the power cord to a power source when you want to use the laptop. Of course, it will be very troublesome and reduce the function of the excess portable laptop.

A fast laptop battery runs out it sucks. Maybe you are not aware there are some features that are active in which it can make use of the batteries become more wasteful. To find out the cause of the inefficient use of the battery, you can perform diagnosis in decay and its solution. This way is simple by using the command via the command prompt and without the use of additional applications. The following the steps:

Command Prompt

For Windows XP/Vista/7: go to the Command prompt, click Start All Programs Accessories > > > Command Prompt, right click and select Run As Administrator.

For Windows 8/8: press Windows + X, select Command Prompt (Admin).

Type commands

Type the command powercfg-energy, press Enter. Later Windows will give a report on matters relating to the use of power along with the explanation. This process takes approximately 60 seconds.

Do Diagnostics

Diagnosis results will display the number of errors, warning, and informational. The errors are things that get attention are important where this information can be used as a reference as the cause of the wasteful use of resources. Information is the suggestion that warnings you can do to optimize battery performance. While additional information is informational about hardware and software installed on the system. To view the report in detail you can see energy-report file as an html file that is located in that folder.

Based on the information obtained above you, so get to know the cause of the wasteful use of battery as well as the solutions that you can run it in order to save on battery usage. By fixing problems that you could save laptop battery usage up to 20% or more compared to previous usage.

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