If you’re using a tablet or smartphone charger from another device or that was bought separately, it’s possible that the battery will charge more slowly. Also, even if you use your device’s original charger and USB cable to charge it, it may have become defective with time. When you’re twisting or winding cables too much, they break. When you plug them in and out, the joints of the connectors become looser, and no power charger lives forever. What can you do when you know that something is wrong, but you don’t know exactly what? If you’ve got an Android smartphone or tablet, here’s how to identify whether your charger is defective or the cable that you are using to connect it to the charger is no longer working well:
We all want to use our mobile devices without worrying about the battery life. But, because this is impossible, we need to use the power conservation technologies provided by our operating systems. If you are using a mobile device with Windows 10, and you don't want to run out of battery unexpectedly, you should read this article in order to learn how to use and configure the Battery saver mode so that it saves as much battery as possible:
All of us have mobile devices that are, well, mobile. And they all need to be charged from time to time. And we can’t always just run home to use the plug-in wall-wart charger the device came with. :) Thus, chargers designed to be used in cars are almost a necessity, and the better those work, the happier we all are. Aukey’s CC-T7 Quick Charge 3.0 Dual Port USB Car Charger (to give it its full official name) claims to be able to charge devices up to four times faster. Is it really the quicker charger-upper? Let’s find out.
If you are a mobile user who travels a lot, then you need a way to work or have fun, while flying. Luckily, just like any smartphone operating system, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 both have a feature called Airplane mode. You can turn it on so that you can use your laptop or tablet while flying. Here's what Airplane mode does, why you should use it and how, in both operating systems.
Apple has released a battery case that fits both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. The move is unprecedented for Apple, which has been sticking firmly to the thin design for its smartphones. Producing a battery case means that they admit a legitimate need to supplement the capacity of their smartphone’s original battery. Let’s have a closer look at the battery case and see what Apple is offering to their customers:
Considering how much smartphones have changed our live s, it is amazing how feeble they are when it comes to battery life. Most people are ready to accept that a smartphone is barely able to make it through one day. As we have all experienced at one point, this is not nearly enough. As a result, the aftermarket of power alternatives is huge. We analyzed this cluttered market and we want to share some of the best ways to extend the power of your smartphone. Let’s get started:
When you use a mobile device, spending energy as efficiently as possible is a must, so that you can use it as long as possible. This is why in modern versions of Windows, you can configure lots of advanced settings to get the best balance between performance and power saving. Read this article and learn 13 advanced ways to configure power plans in Windows, so that you can save as much power as possible:
One of the great things about Windows is that it allows you to customize almost everything you want about it. This includes modifying the default power plans found in Windows, so that they better suit your needs. Here's how to customize all the basic settings of any Windows power plan and how to revert to its default settings when you are not satisfied with the end result:
All modern Windows operating systems allow users to create their own custom power plans and use one of the default plans as the starting point. The procedure for creating them is not very complex and it allows you to configure in detail all the settings that are related to power plans. Here's how to create your own power plan in Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10:
One of the changes related to power options in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 is that the Hibernate option is not available by default on the Power menu. In order to use this feature, you have to activate it manually. That's why, in this tutorial, we will share step-by-step information on how to enable the Hibernate option in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, so that it is displayed in the Power menu. Here's how it is done: