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					             Save on Notebook Batteries

Run out of battery power in the midst of activity when using the notebook still be the most
frustrating thing for notebook users. If you're one of them, maybe some tips and
explanations to save battery life notebook below can help you.

Conserve Batteries
When in an environment that is not available an adequate source of electrical power, you
certainly have to save battery power the notebook in order to work in a long time. Here are
some tips to save battery life notebook.


1. Use the Power Management System
We have an application in Microsoft Windows "Power Options" contained in the Control
Panel. In the Power Options Properties tab select "Portable / Laptop" power scheme. Some
notebook manufacturers also have their own power management applications, which can
help to optimize power usage and battery life.

2. Reducing the level of display brightness
You can reduce the level of brightness on the LCD lucky save battery energy. Facts also
prove, except to save the battery, reducing the brightness level also reduces the risk of eye
fatigue.


3. Close the applications or programs that are not used
Applications that run would overload the system performance and battery energy needed to
run it. Close all applications or programs you do not need to save battery usage.


4. Remove the PC Card or USB device from the notebook
All additional devices that you plug in the notebook also requires additional energy that
comes from the battery, even if the device is idle. So you better just unplug devices that are
not needed to save battery life.

5. Do not Enable Wireless LAN or Bluetooth connection when not in use
Similarly, the connection module Wireless LAN or Bluetooth network adapter. You should
turn off if it is not necessary to make connections with other devices.


6. Increase system memory
Computers store data in a temporary as the virtual memory on a hard drive to ease the
burden of system memory (physical memory). By adding system memory will help to
reduce dependence on the hard drive system, which of course also does consume battery
power.
7. Reduce the optical drive activity
Reduce activities that use optical drives, such as listening to music from CDs or watching
DVD movies.


8. Reduce the use of applications that rely on graphics performance
Notebooks are often used for applications that rely on high graphics performance, such as
graphic design, 3D animation, video editing, and also play games, will drastically reduce
battery power.