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I have a Zenbook UX410UF and used to enjoy the battery health charging in gaming and continuous usages. A few days ago my laptop went through a journey which changed its windows version from Pro to Enterprise and the battery health charging is gone.

I did install the Utilities Version V1.0.5.63 but it didn't bring the setting back.

I would like to know if changing back to the Windows 10 Pro and doing all the drivers reinstalled is what I should do or is there a trick to get it on enterprise too.

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  • "battery health charging" what is this? more details please.
    – Moab
    Sep 22 '19 at 21:56
  • it's a well known capability of many zenbook laptops which allows the battery to remain 60% or 80% while in charging. goal is to maximize battery life otherwise you'll have to plug it in when it's around 20% and unplug when it's around 80% to get similar resault.
    – Arash
    Sep 22 '19 at 22:02
  • Is there an Asus recovery partition? If so back up your data and use that to get it back to original configuration.
    – Moab
    Sep 22 '19 at 22:06
  • unfortunately I didn't have the heindsight to anticipate that my SSD is going to get wiped via format and a new crappy windows is going to get installed on the HDD and when I took it to a computer specialist he said he can recover almost everything but not the windows itself. for a steep price for my budget I may add, so I took it a computer shop and asked them to install a "good" windows on the ssd and and delete the crappy windows which they honestly obliged.
    – Arash
    Sep 22 '19 at 22:10
  • I would update the BIOS as a first troubleshooting step even though I realize that the problem was introduced by an OS update. It sounds like something that the BIOS would be involved in. Sep 22 '19 at 22:10
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You can download it here, just re-install it.

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    Arash, you should mark this answer as correct if it works (which it hopefully should!)
    – Joundill
    Sep 23 '19 at 4:23

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