Question: Should I Remove the Laptop Battery For A Desktop Replacement Laptop?
I have a laptop at home which I use as a desktop replacement. As such, 99% of the time the laptop is being used it is plugged in. I wonder if I should remove the battery so that it is not permanently being charged, or does the laptop cut off the current to the battery once it is fully charged? I do unplug the laptop when I turn it off.
No, you don’t need to care about battery when using a laptop as a desktop replacement, the laptop don’t charge battery all the time, the battery only be charge in the condition when battery level is lower than 95% (or other level).
It is out of date that some articles said ” Remove the battery – making sure that it is charged to 40% and store it in a dry, warm place. Ensure that it is wrapped protectively and nothing will be dropped on it “.