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Should I Use My Laptop Charger For Another Laptop

I’m here again folks and on this topic,  I’m going to help you figure out if you can use your laptop charger for another laptop and how. People have been asking this and wanting to know why and how to do this without jeopardizing their laptops and performance.

There are 3 important things to consider before using a laptop charger for another, and in which I will be discussing.

So if you are one of those, wondering if you could use your laptop charger for another laptop, I find the answers to your questions here, so let’s get started.

Should I Use My Laptop Charger For Another Laptop?

  •  You can use your laptop charger on another laptop but only If the output voltage is compatible with each other. 
  •  Yes,  you can use it if the charger wattage is the same as the battery wattage capacity. 
  • And of course, yes if the plug ( also known as connectors pin, the mouth is compatible. 

These are the 3  important things you want to take into considerations before using your laptop charger for another laptop,  so let’s break things down a  little bit down below.

1.1)  Use it but only If the output voltage is compatible …

And since the laptop charging and specification vary,  the very first and obvious thing to consider is the output voltage.  Check the Laptop charging specifications and verify the output voltage first.

What is output voltage means in a laptop charger?…

It’s a power out capacity level that permits recharge of laptop battery and to use a laptop.

So, you want to make sure it’s not higher than the other laptop for it can damage it.  And it must not be lower for it cause the laptop to malfunction,  some of the common symptoms include laptop freezing,   running slow, and others.

You can use your laptop charger with others if the voltage of the adapter is exact and compatible with the required voltage of the laptop,  so that won’t harm it.


Remember you are employed to check the output voltage (not the input or mains voltage).

2.2  Yes, use it if the charger wattage is the same as battery wattage capacity

You can use your laptop charger with others if the charger wattage is exact and compatible with the requirement of the battery of the laptop, so that won’t harm it.

 what do watts mean in a laptop battery?

Watts  capacity of the charger, then the total watts capacity,

The (wattage)  is the amount of power that the laptop battery supports, so, its must not be lower or higher than the exact requirement.

That is why sometimes,  your laptop not charging might be due to the not enough watts from the charger.

Here is our best and recommended universal laptop charger for your laptops 

3.3  Of course, if the Plug/ Connectors Pin Mouth is Compatible. 

You also want to check if the plug or connecting Pin is the same if both plugs are compatible, yes you can use it.  these are the three fundamental and important things to take into consideration before using one charger for another.


How do I use any laptop charger on my laptop?

See this video show you how to  use your laptop with other chargers


 How do I find out the output volt and watts on my laptop

You can find out about the output-input, and watts of your laptop battery by looking at the charger, or the battery info.

What if the battery or charger lost more?

Then surf the internet and check online for an image of the lost charger or battery for the (output volts and watts).

Final thought

Should I Use My Laptop Charger For Another Laptop?

Yes, you can use your laptop charger on another laptop but only If the output voltage is compatible with each other,  you can use it if the charger wattage is the same as the battery wattage capacity, and of course, yes if the plug ( also known as connectors pin, the mouth is compatible.

Here you get it, folks, if the voltage and wattage of the chargers are identical for the two laptops, then you can use the charger for either one

Did you get any value out of these tips here?  please let us know down the comment section.

If you have any questions comments or anything concerning this topic please feel free to leave them in the comment section below. If this post helps you please share it with others thanks.

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