08-04-2017 02:41 PM
As discharge rate can be measured in different ways and factors that need to include, finding a normal value for comparison may need a specific tool as a baseline. If you can also run battery report under CMD powercfg /batteryreport would be a good way to compare aside from using other tools like this.
I noticed this previous post thinking that this would be the same machine we have here as it shows battery wear level - 93% is apparently too high. With this rate, I would encourage you to contact technical support for immediate attention taking note that battery warranty is only for 1 year.
Update us how it goes.
08-05-2017 12:27 AM
the battery wear level is 100%-93% = 7 % (because of bad software,)
In cpu HW monitor software is 7% so all OK
but there is low battery life, so I try post here cmd powercfg report...
08-09-2017 12:41 PM
08-09-2017 02:35 PM
I would still encourage you to call in technical support and have them informed (this would also allow them to document the event as reported under your laptop information).
They would be able to check further on the application running in the background that may be causing this if indeed that there was an issue. Aside from the battery report, other diagnostic tools can also be tried on their end to check.
They would just be a phone call away and would at least give you peace of mind as you have noticed this event happening since 3 months ago.
Update us how the call goes.