Here’s a Trick to Run Your Laptop without Battery

    Imagine if you can work, watch movies, listen to songs, play CS games on your laptop, which doesn't have a battery!! Sounds impossible folks? Well, it's not that impossible.

    Here’s a Trick to Run Your Laptop without Battery

    Also Read: 9 Handy Tips And Tricks To Increase Laptop's Battery Life

    You can easily run your laptop without using a battery with just a simple trick. Look below for more.

    Here’s a Trick to Run Your Laptop without Battery

    The Trick

    Normally laptops, be it a Windows or Macbook, are designed to operate on both battery and A/C (Alternative Current) adapters as a power source. So a laptop can efficiently work even if the battery is removed or dead. Hence, you can plug-in your laptop with A/C power.

    Also Read: Is Your Laptop Battery Not Charging? Try These 5 Tricks to Get it Back to Life

    But make sure you are using the original power adapter came with the laptop. Because power variations can cause serious damage to motherboard.

    Precautions

    Running a laptop without a battery might look fascinating. It can save a major chunk of money for buying a new battery. But you need to keep few points in mind before using. Here are those:

    Always use a UPS

    If you stay in an area which has a problem of high-intensity electrical loads, always use a UPS. It is essential as you won't lose your work in the event of a power outage, and they act as a surge protector too.

    Never Remove the Power Cord

    You should never remove the power cord as it can damage laptop component and also your laptop will be force fully shut down.

    Don't Leave the Charging Terminal Exposed

    It is always better to use a battery not direct AC power as using a laptop without the battery leaves the charging terminals exposed on the bottom of the computer.

    Don't touch the battery contacts when the laptop is plugged-in

    Touching the battery pin slots while plugged-in is dangerous as it can cause a serious accident for the user.

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