Why does the remaining battery charge keep changing?
Example, while I'm using the laptop:
92% 2 hours 57mins
then, 90% 9 hours 45 mins
then, 81% 2 hours 47 mins.
I don't play games. I surf the internet like Amazon and I do research so I read quite a bit online. I will also do word processing. But the battery charge keeps changing so I don't know what battery life is actually remaining.
Thanks for any help.
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Thank you for the info.
I had used the laptop (Galaxy Flex - it's the blue one and only comes in one color) to go on Amazon looking at stuff and I also had a word processing software open where I was writing. Other than that, I was not doing anything else. Occasionally, I would look up a word on the internet for my writing.
But that makes sense. That the battery remaining charge changes according to what I was doing.
I thought the laptop was faulty. It was a renewed from Amazon. Overall, the battery stayed charged for only a few hours even though the remaining hours read 7 or 8 hours.
I was very uncomfortable with the laptop, because I was thinking, what if this battery issue was really a problem. I contacted Amazon product support and they said if I was not playing games or watching movies etc., the battery should last for more than a few hours.
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