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Why Do I Have To Keep My Laptop In Charge All The Time? 

Hi folks, hello to you all once again, and on this topic, we are going find some answer to this question,  someone had asked me  (why do I have to keep my laptop in charge all the time), so as we always do here @selffixes  we just kind of gonna give an in-depth answer to this question right here.

You are about to know why your laptop will only work when in charge,  but before I move on to answer this question though, I do like to say this, if you have any questions concerning this topic please feel free to leave them at the comment section and we be more than happy to get back to you all, so without further do let’s get to know why laptop should be keep in charge all the time.

Why Do I Have To Keep My Laptop In Charge All The Time?

  •  The first reason is to charge the battery. 
  • The second reason is to keep the (Power Supply) flowing since it is what laptops use to power.

1.1) To Charge the Battery

 Though the battery on the laptop is just for mobility, you still want to keep it charged, so that you have it on standby when you need it.   This is the first and obvious reason to keep your laptop in charge, I do like to say this in case you don’t know,  what laptops use is a (Power Supply system)  unlike smartphone which uses (a Charging Power Supply system),  for instance, let’s take a quick look at what I’m talking about here.

Laptop Vs Laptop: charging types 


Smartphones do work like this, they have a charging power supply. You just need to charge it for a certain, let’s say a  couple of hours,  and you can use it anytime without keeping it in charge.


A laptop will only work when in charge, laptop charge, and power on with the same unit. so,  if the battery is fully charged or in a situation where you have a damaged, bad or old battery on your laptop then the charging power supply becomes just a power supply.  Your laptop will still power on and work perfectly even though you are having a bad battery that won’t recharge anymore.

But why?

 Because it’s only using a (power supply)  unit to power it.

2.2) It is to keep the Power Supply flowing

That is the difference between charging power supply and power supply since the (Power Supply  ) type is what the laptop uses to power with just one power unit,  the (charging power supply)  becomes a (power supply) when the laptop battery is fully charged or bad, the laptop power supply unit has the capability to supply enough power across the laptop, as long as you are using compatible adapter recommended for on your laptop.

Final thought

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Why Do I have to Keep My laptop In Charge All The Time? 

  •  The first reason is to charge the battery. 
  • The second reason is to keep the (Power Supply) flowing since it is what laptops use to power.

Hope this post helped you and  If you have any question comment 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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