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Why MY Laptop Battery Drains suddenly?

  • You are on the wrong website -> https://discussions.apple.com/welcome

    But Apple devices have A Battery Health -> Maximum Capacity lowers over time which means the battery drains sooner. usually, people just get a new battery.

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  • Lens Studio (or any of the social media AR creation apps) do not use any battery optimization, and run all the time. You can save a bit of power by clicking the pause button in the preview window when you leave the app (or of course closing the app altogether), and I'm sure other people may have some tricks too, but really these apps are all very power hungry. This is not a Mac/PC issue, it's simply the nature of live 3D rendering software.

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  • Ideally, one of the most common reasons for laptop battery failure is an old or discharged battery. If your laptop's battery is old, then chances are that it can get discharged easily and it is time to get it replaced. Besides that, the following are some other reasons for laptop battery problems. 

    There could be too many processes running in the background.
    A heavy application (like gaming or any other desktop app) can also drain the battery.
    A change in the system settings, causes the fast draining of the battery
    Your system can be running on high brightness or other advanced options.
    Too many online and network connections can also cause this problem.
    The firmware installed can be corrupted, causing a power failure.
    Other reasons can be a faulty driver, too many peripheral devices, and so on.
    To fix the Asus, Lenovo, Dell, or HP laptop battery problem, you can consider following these suggestions. These are related to the system's firmware or faulty settings that can easily be resolved. Though, if your laptop's battery is old or drained, then you should consider getting it replaced instead. Here are 8 methods for you to solve this problem, click any of them to have a quick look.

    1. Monitor the Screen Brightness
    2. Disable your Keyboard's Backlight
    3. Adjust the Power Settings on your Laptop
    4. Minimize the Network Connections
    5. Get rid of Unwanted Peripheral Devices
    6. End Unnecessary Programs from Running
    7. Eject any Inserted Disc Drive
    8. Close any Unwanted Feature or Process from Running
    Take a look at this video we curated for you, which covers the most common reasons that cause laptop battery draining fast, and how to fix them accordingly. You can explore more from Wondershare Video Community.

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  • There could be such a large number of cycles running behind the scenes. A weighty application (like gaming or some other work area application) can likewise deplete the battery MacBook air 11 inch. Your framework can be running on high splendor or other progressed choices. Such a large number of on the web and organize associations can likewise cause this issue.

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