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Update the applications installed in your mobile device
Applications often get updated to use less battery power, so you should make sure your apps are up to date. Even if you configured the phone to download updates automatically, some applications might still require your manual intervention to install updates.
Restrict app background data for all applications that are non−essential (Android)
Every application on your device runs in the background, even though you are not using it. This makes sense for things like email and social media applications (Facebook, Twitter and others), where you might want to know the munite you get a new message or a comment, but what about other applications like games, notes and other non essential applications that drain your battery 24/7?
To restrict background app data:
Settings -> Data usage -> Choose an application, tap on it and scroll to the bottom to restrict background data.
Note: You might have to restrict background data for the same application in both the Mobile data and Wi-Fi tabs.
Try not to use vibrations as much as you can because it also drains the battery.
To turn off vibrations:
Press the volume button to turn down the ringer, and you will see a menu pop up at the top of your screen. Here, you can either turn off all notifications for a custom period of time, or only receive priority notifications (based on your personal preferences). Either one will end up having a positive effect on battery.
Settings -> Sounds -> Switch off Vibrate on ring
Disable the feature Vibrate on touch (Android: Settings -> Sound -> Other sounds) as well, because it is completely unnecessary and it only drains your battery.
If you use programs that require more effort of your CPU, your CPU will use more power and your battery will drain faster. Run less programs in the background so that the CPU doesn't use too much power, and select programs which don't demand too much of the CPU. The less your laptop has to process, the more power it will save.
Every operating system offers a utility which allows you to check what is draining your battery.
To check what is draining your battery:
Windows (Windows 10 only): Settings -> System -> Battery saver (or just type Battery saver in the search box, and click on it once it's found)
* On older versions of Windows you check how much battery a software consumes through Task Manager: right-click the taskbar and select Start Task Manager -> Select the Processes tab. Pay attention to the numbers in the Memory (Private Working Set) column. If you see a number greater than 70.000 K and if you don't need the application, close it. If you notice an application that you are not familiar with and it has strange name (eg. asdw.exe) than it's most likely a virus (click here to learn how to remove viruses from your computer)
Mac OS (latest versions): Click on the battery icon (in the upper right corner). If you detect an application under Apps Using Significant Energy that means that that application consumes more energy than it's supposed to and if you don't use it, quit it.
A hard disk drive uses metal plates, which spin all the time when your computer is on, to store and access data. The hard disk drive requires energy to spin the plates.
Solid-state drives, on the other hand, use flash memory instead of a spinning disk and there are no moving parts, which means that they don't require too much energy. It (Flash memory) also removes the problems associated with fragmentation, which is a larger problem with hard drives. Upgrading to an SSD will both improve your battery life, and shorten the time your system takes to boot.
Upgrading your RAM will also be a good to save the battery from draining quickly. RAM stores data for short term use in flash modules, much like an SSD. The more data that can be put into RAM, the less reliant the system will be on pulling that data from the hard drive.
Going from 2 to 4GB or 4 to 8GB or 8 to 16GB of RAM should allow your computer to use more physical memory and less virtual memory, which means fewer hard drive accesses, and less battery drain.
Most of the applications you install, notify you about everything, which is annoying. The only relevant notifications are the system notifications, which notify you about important system updates, and social-network notifications (Facebook, Twittter and etc).
Luckily, there is a way to disable these annoying notifications:
Go to Settings -> Sound & notification (or just Notifications) -> App notifications (varies from one device manufacturer to another) -> move the toggle (if any). The video tutorial below was taken on a Samsung Galaxy device, running on Android OS 8.
Go to Settings -> Notifications -> Tap on an app and on the toggle next to Allow Notifications. Turn off notifications for all but your most important apps.
From there you can block notifications for individual applications entirely, or set priority filters for receiving fewer notifications, which results in more battery life and fewer disturbances.
Please note that the system notifications should not be disabled, because they are important for the proper work of your mobile device.
Your phone’s biggest battery drainer is the display. You want your display off whenever you’re not looking at the screen, which is a good thing. However, the problem is that you often leave your device's display on, even when you’re done using it.
The best solution is a low screen timeout. Set your device to turn off its display after just one minute of inactivity and you can save almost a whole hour of wasted screen time per day.
Settings -> Display ->Sleep -> pick one of the offered options
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless technology that allows your mobile device to connect with other devices. The Bluetooth feature enables you to send and receive files, connect your devices to your car's sound system, use a bluetooth speaker or headphone and etc. Also, the bluetooh feature is one of the "battery drainers".