If you own an iPhone or an iPad, you can always tell whether it has enough battery power by looking at the battery icon from the top-right corner of the screen. However, you do not know exactly how much battery is left, because the iOS operating system does not show the battery percentage by default. If you want to see the battery percentage on an iPhone or iPad, read on:
Many smartphones offer support for fast charging technologies. By using them, our smartphones can charge a lot quicker than older smartphones could. That can only be a good thing considering how fast modern processors have become and how much energy our smartphones need. Unfortunately, there are a lot of different fast charging standards used by hardware manufacturers and, while some are compatible with others, others are not. If you want to know more about fast charging standards and how are they different from one another, read on:
Charging your mobile devices has become a difficult task at home, at the office and even more so on the road. The Sony CP-AD2M4 charger gives you the ability to charge multiple devices safely. Finding an electrical outlet for every charger that comes with every device you have can be daunting. YIf you find one, you're most likely to plug in your smartphone. What about your wireless headphones, smartwatch, fitness tracker, tablet, or e-book reader? Let's see how the Sony CP-AD2M4 charger can help you charge all your mobile devices:
Most smartphones and tablets offer ways of finding out which apps drain their batteries. However, Windows devices did not have this feature in the past, and there was no easy way to discover which apps consumed the most power on our laptops or tablets. However, newer versions of Windows 10 have brought new features that change all that. Now, there are two ways in which you can find which apps consume your battery and thus help you improve your mobility. Here is how to see what app draw the most power and which of them drains your battery most.
The iPhones that are running new versions of iOS include a power management feature that protects them from shutting down unexpectedly. It is called Peak Performance Capability, and it is automatically enabled if the battery cannot deliver the required amount of power during various tasks. If you want to learn about what Peak Performance Capability is on your iPhone, and how to disable it, even if it is not recommended, read this article:
When you finish your Windows 10 session, and you need to either close your device or restart it because of a software update, Windows 10 offers many options to do so. No matter the reason, we'll show you ten different ways you can shut down or restart your Windows 10 device. The number of options doesn't mean that this is a tricky task. We offer the list so that you can choose what works best for you. Let's take a look at these options:
One of the great things about Windows is that it allows you to customize almost everything you want. This includes modifying the default power plans found in Windows so that they better suit your needs. That means that you can configure things like when your Windows laptop or tablet dims or turns off its screen (after a period of inactivity), when it goes to sleep after you step away from it, or automatically adjust the screen brightness when running on battery, to save more power. Here is how you can do all that:
NOTE: This guide covers Windows 10, Windows 7, and Windows 8.1.
The Windows Mobility Center is a lesser known tool that exists in all modern Windows versions. The app is designed with laptop users in mind. However, it works just as well on Windows tablets and hybrid devices, and it gives access to features and settings for controlling the battery, the display brightness, the sound volume, and the presentation mode. To use it, you must first know how to open the Windows Mobility Center. In this article, we show you ten methods to do that:
Using a mobile device is handy, especially when you travel a lot, but these devices are limited by the amount of energy their batteries can provide. For this reason, paying attention to the power plan that you are using and its settings can make a huge difference in how much battery time you have available. Fortunately, Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 provide us with the necessary tools to see which power plans are available, which is the active power plan and easy ways to switch between power plans. Here is how it all works:
Microsoft designed a new way to approach battery savings in Windows 10, starting with Fall Creators Update (build 1709), which was released in October 2017. It adds new power saving algorithms and technologies, on top of the classic power plans that most people do not change. Windows 10 now uses the modern power saving features and performance throttling mechanisms that exist in the latest processors. Here is how the new power slider works in Windows 10, and how to use it to increase battery life or performance, depending on what you want: