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Battery Full Balloon Tip
memoz Offline
#1 Posted : Tuesday, November 03, 2009 5:38:21 PM(UTC)

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Hi!!

I love your program, very useful!!
Great work :P

I would like to suggest if you could develop an option to warn the user that the battery is full already, so we can unplug it and save the battery cycle (and get more lifetime out of the battery). Its not the first battery I get spoiled, so I would love this. As of now, I use your program and just for this feature another program called Battery Monitor, so I know it can be done. Don't feel betrayed, I'm only using it now because I know you will program this :)

Greetings! :)
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, November 03, 2009 5:59:47 PM(UTC)


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Hello :)

Thanks for your feedback and the suggestion :)
I will include this for the next version.

Just a note, I don't think to keep the battery inside the laptop a few hours after charging is done could damage it. But this may differ based on the laptops manufacturer. Of course you should pull it out if you are on ac for hours or longer, and try to use it until it is empty. For example if I use the battery I use it until it reaches 6%, then I plug in ac.
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