Again, this "95%" is a number you have just pulled out of the air in relation to "desired combination", which is exactly the point of the discussion: the longer the per-use charge, the shorter the lifetime of the battery.Quote:
All one has to do is design the charging circuit to switch at about 95% of that voltage and you have achieved the desired combination of longest per-charge use time without degrading the overall lifetime of the battery.
Your three card monty style rhetoric obviously doesn't fool many people, why do you bother?Quote:
BUT, if you would stay with the original question, the concern was not about running the laptop on batteries every day it was about overcharging the batters because he *DOES NOT* run it on batteries all the time...
Neither I nor anyone else have said anything about "running on batteries all the time" (except equating 1000 charges with 3 years of daily use), nor was overcharging the original question:
What I do see, quite plainly, is the statement that someone believes storing a battery at 100% (normal, recommended, whatever) capacity is worse for the battery than storing it at 40%, which according to all reports I found is true, and is the reason I started leaving my battery out when not in use. No one in the world but you has even tried to refute this -- or maybe you have a source for such wisdom beyond your own pomposity?