In 2021 which will soon move to 2022, we find various phenomena that make it increasingly difficult for various groups to buy computers. Starting from the high price of VGA due to the effect of Bitcoin, the rising price of quality monitors, to the scarcity of processors due to the proliferation of mining using processors, all seem to oppose netizens in building PC systems.
Starting from there, now there are more and more laptops that compete with computer performance, both gaming laptops or laptops for productivity. However, if there are so many rumors that if you are gaming on a laptop, surely the battery will leak quickly! Which one is true? Don’t be confused, friends, For those of you who are still struggling with using a laptop, the KotGa Crew has a series of tips so that your laptop battery doesn’t leak or get damaged!
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1. Keep It From Too Hot Or Too Cold
The opening of this list are tips that are similar to when the KotGa crew shared tips for cellphones. Again, temperature is the biggest enemy of all electronic equipment, where temperatures that are too hot will spur extra work from the device, which in turn will drain the life of the battery. Then what about the temperature that is too cold? It’s the same because if the device is too cold, there is a risk of freezing or ice formation on the device. So avoid extreme temperatures!
2. Remove Unused Peripherals
Based on the recommendations from PCMag, believe it or not, peripherals that are still plugged in even though they are not used will also play a role in draining power on the laptop battery! Unplug unused third-party peripherals, such as webcams, external hard drives when the laptop is not plugged in! Because these peripherals will drain the battery and reduce battery life.
3. Make sure there is always space for RAM
Based on well-known computer and laptop companies, Dell recommends always having enough RAM to carry out activities. In addition to maintaining laptop performance so as not to be disturbed by lag, Computers and Laptops will store data on Ram whenever possible. This phenomenon occurs because it is a way to access data faster and reduce the workload of the hard drive, which in turn reduces the battery load that drives the entire process of activity.
4. Don’t let the battery run out to 0%
Never use a laptop battery to 0%, because when it reaches 0%, the battery that lacks power will work extra to revive all battery performance when it is used again. If possible, always plug in the laptop charger when it reaches 20% less.