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I have a Lenovo Z50-75 which supports battery charge limiting. Before I installed Linux, I had my battery set in conservation mode. I don't know if that had any effect on the matter but my battery does not get a full capacity charge, which is great for battery life conservation, but I wonder if installing Linux by formatting after setting up battery conservation in Windows had any effect on this.

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    It probably had an effect because the Windows tool probably tweaked parameters directly in the battery. – GabrielaGarcia Jul 15 at 16:38
  • if so it just solved the problem of like thousands of owners of lenovo laptops using linux. – da da da Jul 15 at 16:39
  • Suggest you post a detailed answer on how to alter the settings for Lenovo laptop users including where to get the software tool and how to use it. – K7AAY Jul 23 at 15:38
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Conservation Mode of your Lenovo Z50-75 is altered by a Lenovo system tool, as described here and here. I do not see any System Tools from Lenovo for Linux, so either use the Windows tool in Windows, or contact Lenovo Z-series Laptop Support for a solution.

  • my intention was to provide an answer for thousands of people in need of this solution :) – da da da Jul 20 at 18:01
  • Suggest you post a detailed answer on how to alter the settings for Lenovo laptop users including where to get the software tool and how to use it. – K7AAY Jul 23 at 15:38

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