Friday, July 19, 2013

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You feel really downhearted when you use your MacBook Pro outside your office or home and you get to see that its battery is fast draining. It actually happens because of overusing or misusing it. You really feel helpless when you have an urgent email to send or presentation to do and the battery of your MacBook is drained out. You wonder what to do when you come across this type of situation. You can get replacement battery, but it is always not feasible that you are around the Apple store where you can get it instantly.

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Extend the Battery Life of your MacBook Pro
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Read below to learn the tips to extend the battery life of your MacBook Pro so that you do not get trapped in any awful situation next time. It is always worthy to preserve and extend its battery life to shun any more hassles.

1- Whenever you turn on your MacBook Pro, make certain the battery is charged fully.

2- During Software Updates installation, make them running because these updates will help you augment the battery life of your MacBook Pro.

3- Always try to keep and use your MacBook Pro as suggested room temperature that is between 50 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit. If there is a temperature fluctuation, it may not only damage the battery, but also the MacBook Pro.

4- In order to lessen the battery usage, adjust the brightness level to a minimum level. Always remember, the bright the screen is, more will be the power consumption. You also switch off the backlight located on your keyboard by pressing F5 button to reduce power consumption.

5- Switch off the Bluetooth when you are not actually using it. Bluetooth uses lots of power. In order to switch off Bluetooth, access system Preferences, hit on Bluetooth and uncheck the box adjacent to ON.

6- Switch off or disable AirPort if you are not using it. Access Open system Preferences, hit on Network, and press Turn Airport Off button.

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Robert is an avid guest blogger on the behalf of My Tech Gurus. He enjoys sharing him knowledge with the everyday computer user, by helping them with common errors especially Windows installer errors and slow computer problems at the My Tech Gurus Blog.

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