Thread: Macbook battery
03-07-2007, 06:11 PM #1
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- Feb 09, 2007
I don't mean to sound like a newb at some things but I have to know! I use my macbook as my main computer now(haven't touched my pc for anything serious since I got my macbook). I find that between working on homework, my site, and other various things I am on it most of my day. With it being a laptop I was always learned to run off of battery until I hit the red zone and then plug it in. I was learned that if you left a laptop plugged in all the time it would degrade the battery. Is this true of the macs, what practice should I use? I have found my battery goes dead 2x a day and the charge is lasting less and less. Thanks for the input!
03-07-2007, 06:24 PM #2
Look in your macbook manual at the section about 'calibrating' your battery, or search the forums to learn more about it.
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