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Yoga 910 battery only works 4 hours in energy saving mode

2017-06-10, 15:17 PM

Dears,

 

working with my Yoga 910 for 6 months now but the battery never lets mework more than 4 hours with it.

every test I read is talking about 8 and 11 hours which i definately can not reach.

 

anybody with similar problems or any ideas how to improve the running battery time?

 

thanks

Alex

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Re: Yoga 910 battery only works 4 hours in energy saving mode

2017-06-11, 21:22 PM

I have the UHD screen, which apparently takes more power, but I get 5 to 6 hours of work. Inerestingly watching movies uses the same power.A big factor I find is how high the screen brightness is,  but yours does seem to be really low.

 

Here is my estimate from the battery report Since OS install     6:04:30

 

Run a battery report by following this https://www.windowscentral.com/generate-battery-report-windows-10

 

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Re: Yoga 910 battery only works 4 hours in energy saving mode

2017-06-12, 13:17 PM

wrote:

Dears,

 

working with my Yoga 910 for 6 months now but the battery never lets mework more than 4 hours with it.

every test I read is talking about 8 and 11 hours which i definately can not reach.

 

anybody with similar problems or any ideas how to improve the running battery time?

 

thanks

Alex


Alex..

 

Is anything running that shouldn't be? Go to Task Manager and see if something is eating up CPU percentage. Specifically if you never uninstalled the Qualcomm WLAN installer. That, or something like it, could be stuck and draining your battery.. especially if the fan's running a lot.


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