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What consumes laptop battery when it is turned off?

My Toshiba laptop consumes battery while it is off. At night I usually turn it off and unplug the power supply. I noticed that when I turn it on again the battery is no longer full but around 90%. ...
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Laptop battery software to disable charging AND battery usage

I'm going to buy a Microsoft Surface notebook that does not have the capability to easily remove the battery. I'm also going to be near a powerpoint for around 90% of my usage of this notebook. To ...
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Can a faulty battery cause my laptop to shutdown even on AC line? (battery installed AND plugged in together)

until recently I experience something rather annoying (and troublesome) with my laptop: it spontaneously shuts down itself without any warning, and restart right after that. No blue screen, no hanging ...
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Electrical Surges And Power Outages - What Is The Proper Laptop Battery Care While Running Solely On Battery? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should laptops remain plugged in when their battery is 100% charged? What is it that kills laptop batteries? Because of convenience, I had to move my laptop to another ...
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What Is the best way to connect or disconnect a Laptop from power? [closed]

While connecting/disconnecting laptop's power connector seems to be convenient, I am concerned about person's and laptop's safety of doing it this way. Somewhere I read that connecting/disconnecting ...
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1answer
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Does dirty power shorten the life of a laptop battery?

I have a two year old laptop that has spent most of it's life in a third world country where the power is very dirty*. Does the dirty power shorten the life of the battery or will it have no effect? ...
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Should laptops remain plugged in when their battery is 100% charged?

When your laptop's battery is 100% charged, should you leave it plugged in so any battery power doesn't get used, or will that cause overcharging, overheating, etc.? Should the laptop be unplugged ...