1. Limit Screen Brightness: Reducing the brightness of your screen can make a significant difference in battery life.
2. Turn Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth: When not in use, turning off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth can help conserve battery life.
3. Unplug Peripherals: Most peripherals use power, even when not in use. Unplug any USB devices or peripheral devices when not in use.
4. Use Battery Saving Modes: Many PC’s have a battery saving mode available which is designed to extend battery life.
5. Be Selective With Running Programs: Avoid running unnecessary programs that consume large amounts of battery power.
6. Close Background Tasks: Unneeded tasks running in the background can eat up a lot of battery power. Close out any applications and process you’re not using.
7. Reduce Graphics: Lowering the graphics settings on games and other applications can help conserve battery life.
8. Update Drivers: Keeping system drivers and software updated can help increase battery life.
9. Enable Power Management Options: Some power management options are available in the control panel that can help conserve battery life.
10. Check Battery Health Regularly: To ensure your battery is operating efficiently, check your battery health regularly and discard any old batteries.