Is there any "Smart Energy Manager program or utility for HP laptops ?

pstrusi

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We all know that Lithium-batts do a terrific job and are more resistant than ever, but after many years of experience working with these battery smart energy utilities, the life span achieved is incredibly longer. It's a simple function that controls the battery charge between 50%-80%, thus the battery avoid high temperatures and reduces used life cycles.

Any help will be highly appreciated.
 

pstrusi

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Hi Hang-the-9,

Thanks for your response. Unfortunately HP in its HP power utility doesn't have any setting for maximum battery charge, it's just a power plan as managed by windows. I hope HP realizes how important this is for its customers.

Regards
 
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