I would like to know how to remove the battery for my laptop as I do not want to overcharge the laptop battery. Thanks in advance!
There's no need to remove the battery as there's a built in mechanism to cut off charging when the battery is fully charged.
Yeah, I just bought a very similar model (E5-573G-31PX) and the battery seems to be completely internal - no way to remove it without opening up the entire computer.
I'm also worried about the battery life-time as I usually have my laptop plugged in 24/7 as a kind of desktop computer. I very rarely use it on battery. On other machines, I simply remove the battery peremanently - and then charge it up before I plan on going out with my laptop.
The E5 manual says to condition the battery by charging it, using it up and re-charging it three times. Is this still the case for the 573G-31PX model? And is there a built-in mechanism to ensure that the battery life won't be compromised if I just leave my computer plugged in???
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