i have this laptop but i do not intend to use the battery , should i leave the battery in the laptop or not ?
being disabled and therefor having difficulties removing the battery i prefer to leave it in the laptop but i don't want to ruin the battery either...
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
yes leave it in but only run the charger every few days.this way if you have a power failuer you will not need to worry about damage to you pc.
- Alex SLv 51 decade ago
I don't know how you're disabled but removing the
battery from most laptops is a matter of turning it
upside down, pressing one or two buttons and lifting
it out of the socket. So it's a 1 hand, 2 finger thing.
If you can't remove it without difficulties I'd suggest
to use it. I'm pretty sure you're somewhat able to
turn of the power supply by either pulling the plug
on the laptop or using a outlet strip with a switch.
Most modern batteries don't have big issues with
not being properly handled. But even those can
and most likely will fail at some point.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
YES!! Leave the battery in the laptop. The D.C. charger has no filter circuit, and thus, there is a large D.C. ripple voltage. The batttery acts as a D.C. filter, which removes the ripple and provides a more pure D.C. voltage to the circuitry!
- 1 decade ago
No, if you are not going to use the battery, take it out and just use your AC adapter because if you keep the battery in your computer while using it through AC power all the time, then it's going to waste your battery life. So keep the battery outside and use AC adapter
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- williamh772Lv 51 decade ago
It is recommended that you remove the battery if you are going to plug the laptop in.Source(s): A+ Certification
- 1 decade ago
u should leave the battey where it is.it will function as a backup in emergency situations.but i am curious;why did u buy a laptop if u are not taking it around?