High battery consumption from Windows 10, improve battery life!
Yes, the higher battery consumption for laptops (notebooks) is an unpleasant thing, even on Windows 10 after update!
Here are a few points that could reduce the battery consumption in Windows 10, regardless of whether it is a notebook, Windows 10 tablet PC or even the latest MS-Surface, you don't always need external alternative energy optimization tools !
Wonder if the runtime of the notebook battery has a weak point when working on the go, I am a notebook owner. It is amazing that I have a new battery, even with the latest Windows 10, the capacity runs out quickly and I have to plug it in, there is useful battery tips to optimize for maximum runtime?
Install SSD or not, on a notebook or are they faster and more energy efficient than HD hard drives, is changing the operating system a good trick to help improve the activity of the battery?
Helps tidy up the system to save energy, for example if the system is to save electricity, it makes sense to let Windows run a program and free desktop OK, please ask for tips, is it unnecessary ballast or should I rather upgrade the RAM so replacing the RAM modules.?
Should I uninstall software on a notebook like the battery life of the Windows notebook, are there consumers with weaker notebooks? Is it quick on Windows?
I switched off Bluetooth, I don't need the built-in Bluetooth to pair, when I'm on the go I switch it off, heard the Bluetooth battery permanently charged, switching off Bluetooth is simple under MAC OS and in Windows 10 can you find it in the?
Bring something to put a hard drive or external media on the notebook as a power supplier if you have a USB ACCU on the external hard drive, or devices such as a smartphone that charge the notebook via the USB connection, i.e. the notebook battery?
If the flight mode or Wi-Fi brings out, this can have a negative impact on the battery life if no connections, because programs try to update?
I made the screen darker, no matter which strength I put on the display, again the LED lighting does not dim, this lighting should not be a power guzzler, why is it so normal on the notebook that the brightness should be adjustable, I am not surprised the battery is not enough?
Wonder if programs end in the background or other software are involved in battery consumption, which I no longer need?