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    (Original post by PerplexingGeode)
    Try not to worry, with regards to the laptop battery capacity decreasing - it would have naturally done so over time, irrespective of the tasks completed on the laptop whilst on both battery and mains, surely?

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    Yes, you are fundamentally correct - the more a battery is used, the less charge it will hold the next time. I suppose that the lack of use of the laptop for some periods, and the large battery use on CTAM, may have both compensated for the 5% loss. However, that does mean I still have 95% capacity available to me, which should still get me about 4-5 hours under normal use, 6+ hours on lighter tasks, and a theoretical max of 7.5 hours.

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