Swelling of notebook batteries can be delayed or prevented under certain conditions Tuesday May 26th, 2020


Gas formation in notebook batteries is a normal process that occurs over time when using a computer. It is important to know that it is not dangerous and does not pose a security risk. In most cases, a swelling battery only deforms the computer case without any other irreversible consequences. In only a few cases can such a process damage or affect other elements. However, a timely problem can be easily remedied by replacing the battery. If you notice a swollen battery in your computer, stop using the computer and contact service.

To reduce the risk of battery swelling, programs have been developed that enhance battery life and performance. The HP BIOS Battery Health Manager settings are available on most HP commercial laptops and are easy to use.

  • Recommendations for extending the life of your HP laptop battery can be found here.
  • Recommendations for extending the battery life of HP Windows laptops can be found here.
  • Information on HP Battery BIOS Health Manager settings can be found here.

If you have any questions, contact our specialists by calling or writing to support@bit.lv, we will be happy to help.


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