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Laptop battery charging to 100% but not being fully charged

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My guess would be that this is some kind of protection feature. If you charge your battery to 80% instead of 100%, it will have a much better lifespan. Maybe you can disable this in BIOS, if you want.

Windows thinks that my laptop's (EB 1030 g3) battery is fully charged when the battery is only around 80% charged. How do i get my laptop's battery to charge fully?

 

Battery stats according to HP support assitants's battery test when windows thinks that battery is fully (100%) charged.

Battery design capacity: 56Wh

Full charge capacity: 56Wh (99%)

Remaining capacity: 45Wh

 

 

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My guess would be that this is some kind of protection feature. If you charge your battery to 80% instead of 100%, it will have a much better lifespan. Maybe you can disable this in BIOS, if you want.

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