1. Don’t get too attached.
When you plug your laptop in for the first time, you should make sure to fully charge it once to calibrate it. But after that, aim to keep it between 40 and 80 percent. Apple’s customer care says you should do this to “keep the electrons in it moving occasionally.” Wired has a better explanation of whyhere. But the
2. Stay cool.
Most modern laptops are made with lithium-based batteries, which should be stored in temperatures between 50 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. Update, update, update.
Most companies are constantly looking for ways to improve battery life via software updates.
bottom line is, doing this can help prolong your battery life by as much as four times.