Triple your Battery Life for FREE! THIS METHOD REALLY WORKS!

Triple your Battery Life for FREE! THIS METHOD REALLY WORKS!

It’s a living nightmare! You’ve got CRITICALLY important stuff to do, but your laptop is DYING and you have NO WAY TO CHARGE IT! So you go into DESPERATION mode! Trying all the WACKY battery saving tips. Like turning the brightness down, turning down your screen resolution (eww) Installing a battery optimiser which runs in the background?! WHHHHHHHHHHHAT! Yeah… so which all the outlandish advice out there. We couldn’t resist testing the interent’s current most popular battery saving “techniques”. To determin once and for all just how much more life, down to the MINUTE, these tricks can get you. So get AMPED because the results, may SHOCK you! [Advertisement] G-skills KM780R, RGB mechanical keyboard, features a brushed alluminium top plate on the fly recording and different switch configerations. Learn more at the link below. Lets start with the worst case senario.

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  • My MacBook 2007 with an unoriginal battery after 560 cycles ran for about one and a half hour. Keep in mind that it used a core 2 duo 2.16 ghz and ran as hot as my oven during YouTube playback or even browsing Facebook. But it’s ok

  • Jokes on everyone with bright screens, I'm photosensitive so never have it above 50%! Have fun with your dead batteries, suckers.

  • This video sucks, Now real tips:
    – Search if your laptop comes with an upgradable higher capacity battery.
    – If you travel allot or are a student get a small laptop battery bank.
    – Use a better thermal compound, reducing temps can cause fans to kick in later effective more on Ultrabooks not as much on the beefier laptops.
    – If you have a SSD + hard drive move most used things to the SSD, enable HDD sleep when not in use. If you only have a HDD get an SSD.
    – Remove the DVD drive.
    – Use throttlestop to undervolt the cpu, fans should kick in later as well the cpu uses less power (can increase up to 3hrs)
    – use more optimised drivers like windows precision & let more drivers be the native windows ones opposed to the crap your laptop manufacturer bloat it with.
    – If you only do light work.. have an i5 or i7 (non-u) Go in the bios and either disable Hyperthreading or use 2cores with 4threads (like a simulated i3) you should be good now.
    See if your laptop can be replaced by a much more efficient Screen.

  • I feel like turning off wi-fi completely on my 13" mbp 2015 and just using a usb ethernet dongle helps alot aswell. Not sure if thats true as ivr never tested or kept record

  • "Pulling out" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€¦πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Dead.

  • Yes, lights, even LEDs, are inherently one of the most battery taxing components, so the results made sense.

  • I miss when laptops could bypass the battery entirely and run purely on wall charger. Great way to keep your battery pristine without needless charging and discharging.

    Edit: also RIP removable batteries

  • What i want to know is :
    Whether you playing with it while charging or turn off the laptop then charge it?
    # which one is better?

  • It says 1 hour and 30% left at 33% for me and at 25% it says 10 min left. Help my dumb computer and the lower I go the more time the battery survives. like rn I'm at 21% and it's at 51 min instead of something that is supposed to be less than 10.

  • Oooommmmm😁😁😁😁😎😎😎😎😎😎😎

  • I'm not sure what my laptop's model is but I do have details
    4gb ram
    1TB memory
    Intel core i3
    Intel HD 620
    When I'm gaming about 2-3 hours 100%-15
    When I'm watching YouTube videos about 5-6 hours
    And yes I do use a mouse
    It's new so I won't put pressure on it

  • What if you have a 120 ,144, or 240 Hz display if you go and manual change that to only 60 Hz by altering the refresh rate wouldn't that save on your battery? if so by how much do you think ?

  • 1. Exit unnecessary background processes

    2. Turn on battery saver. Turn on power saver too if not doing something intensive

    3. Detach peripherals (external mouse / keyboard)

    4. Dim the display brightness. Turn off keyboard back-lit.

    5. Turn down speaker volume or use headphones instead

    6. If streaming video, reduce resolution

    7. Reduce monitor resolution.

  • All I do is just turn on low power mode and turning down the brightness. Do y'all not have low battery mode? For me, it actually works

  • 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26 6:26

  • or could use unix and get 3x to 5x the battery life. i get 10hrs on an old t23… yes a PIII 750 on the net, using windows same batteries last maybe an 1hr. lol

    but till Unix/linux/ubuntu gets there unified code finished. lol stuck with Microsoft … for gaming. grrr.

  • Disable windows search, windows defender, windows update, auto defragmentation, disable transparency, disable smooth transition and you will be surprised.


  • considering what the manufacturers advertise their battery life as, they expect you to already know all of these tricks, lol

  • I unplugged my desktop and it didn't work…why you lie Linus. It didn't even last a second and I did everything you said..

  • I found that decreasing screen refresh rate from 144 to 60 (if your laptop has over 60hz screen) gave me about 30% more battery life.

  • Linus: "But what about all that crap that you, YES YOU, have running in the background"
    Me: "My Anti-Virus? My Graphics drivers settings? Windows Defender?! YOU CALL THAT CRAP?!"

  • backlight keyboard is just for the aesthetic. majority of people should already know how to type with 10 fingers by now