Windows 10: How to Keep Laptop Battery Alive and Well

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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       04 Mar 2015 #11

    Wynona said: View Post
    I have something happening with the battery on the 15" laptop running Windows 10 that I don't understand.

    As I said above, I let the battery completely discharge and then plugged in to the wall socket. My plans are to occasionally unplug the electricity and let the battery discharge while I'm using it.

    However, every time I unplug the electricity, I get a runtime error:

    Attachment 13507

    I don't see how just unplugging the computer should give me this error. Any ideas?
    I get a similar message from time to time. It's Win10 !

    Did you happen to install OneNote? It comes with all sorts of things (office hooks, Visual studio...). I uninstalled the free Onenote and there was lots of junk left over - particularly Click-to crap. I then got a WU for Visual Studio (I hid that) - ha! why didn't the OneNote uninstall (which placed it on my machine) uninstall that (or at least ask). I forget what else the FREE OneNote put on my machine, but I think I found all of the things (last one today was a scheduled task for Click to - sheesh!)

    Anyway, the OneNote app is all I really need and it doesn't put other things on the machine that are tied to Office as is the free OneNote.

    Soooo, I'm not sure this is a battery issue, but ore of a c++ runtime +Win10 issue.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    04 Mar 2015 #12

    Looks like a typical 'Wait to Kill Service Timeout' message.

    Anyway, it's probably the service to change your screen to variable brightness after unplugging the unit.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

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