Ways to maximize and increase Toshiba pa3399u-2bas laptop battery life

Laptop computers are versatile & useful gadgets and provide the freedom of working while on the move. Notebook PCs are becoming slimmer and yet more powerful than before with each passing day. Today United Kingdom laptop battery experts share some easy ways to keep your Toshiba pa3399u-2bas laptop battery working for as long as possible.

Turn off processes

Running multiple applications on your laptop eats through much more power than simply using one application at a time – a little inconvenient, especially as most of us work by flitting from one task to another, or by browsing multiple tabs at once.

If your Toshiba satellite laptop is running slowly, or you’re worried about laptop battery life, head to the ‘Task Manager’ section to see if you’ve forgotten to shut down any programs from previous sessions. It’s also a good idea to check the ‘Processes’ tab in Task Manager, as sometimes processes linked to music players or cloud storage can use up your Toshiba pa3399u-2brs battery power. These can easily be disabled in the ‘Processes’ tab.

Take out any additional devices

Charging your music device, smartphone or Tablet in your laptop? Stop now – this wastes your battery power. To make life easier, charge as many of these devices before you leave or, if you can, take a small Toshiba PA3468U-1ACA AC Adapter with you so you can charge your mobile device at any available plug.

Clean Toshiba laptop battery contacts

Keeping your Toshiba notebook battery contacts clean – these are the metal bits on your battery – helps your laptop to run more efficiently, as it helps to transfer the flow of power from your battery to your device.

Laptop battery saver/eco mode

It’s a simple measure but an easy one to forget – all you need to do is switch to energy-saving mode to enable your notebook battery to save more power as you work. You can usually do this in the ‘Settings’ option.

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