SwedenHow to Increase Your Laptop Battery Power While Traveling
Yesterday’s tip was about drained iPhone batteries and how to charge them faster. Today, I thought I’d share what I do when I get on a plane, train, bus, or boat with no electrical outlets and I have work to do—like the other day while flying Miami to LA: I close all the programs on my computer, restart the whole thing and dim the brightness on my screen, which always buys me extra time.



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1 Comment On "Travel Tip of the Day: How to Increase Your Laptop Battery Power While Traveling"
  1. Steve|

    Turn off any radios you might not be using like bluetooth or wifi. I see this all the time. Like when in a location with no cell signal like hiking, cruise or on a plane. Your device radios should be shut down to conserve power. When their is no signal your phone works harder to find a signal and drains the battery faster.

    During big events like a concert your device competes over the available signal. If you want your device usable after the event put it on airplane mode.

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