Acer Laptop Battery Charging Problem

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anonymousqwerty123

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I have Acer laptop is it bad that i removed the charger while charging before fully charged( charged partially) then charged it again immediately? PS; i did not on or use the laptop during the process i just plugged it in for a couple of minutes ( about 30 mins) then accidentally unplugged it so i plugged it again only after few minutes only. Does it affect my laptops battery health or battery capacity like in the iphones or does it stay 100% the same as it was beforehand.
 
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I have Acer laptop is it bad that i removed the charger while charging before fully charged( charged partially) then charged it again immediately? PS; i did not on or use the laptop during the process i just plugged it in for a couple of minutes ( about 30 mins) then accidentally unplugged it so i plugged it again only after few minutes only. Does it affect my laptops battery health or battery capacity like in the iphones or does it stay 100% the same as it was beforehand.
No that's absolutely fine. We all do that at eventually. Lithium-ion batteries can be partially charged and used without issues. The same applies to phone batteries btw.
 

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I have Acer laptop is it bad that i removed the charger while charging before fully charged( charged partially) then charged it again immediately? PS; i did not on or use the laptop during the process i just plugged it in for a couple of minutes ( about 30 mins) then accidentally unplugged it so i plugged it again only after few minutes only. Does it affect my laptops battery health or battery capacity like in the iphones or does it stay 100% the same as it was beforehand.
No that's absolutely fine. We all do that at eventually. Lithium-ion batteries can be partially charged and used without issues. The same applies to phone batteries btw.
Thank you for clarifying
 
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