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Tips to save battery power on the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

Apple designed the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with a quality battery that is claimed to last half a day or even more. This is done to support international programs go green and help the mobility of the user.

There are several ways that you can do on Apple's portable computer to conserve battery power so you do not even bother looking for outlets run out of battery when you are traveling or working outside the home. 
Here are tips to save battery on the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air from Apple's flagship product:
  • Use OS X Mavericks
Do the update by using OS X Maverick on Macbook Pro or Macbook Air you if your device is included in the list of supported this OS X 10.9. Apple provides several new features in OS X Mavericks will be extremely useful to save battery. One is a Power Nap Power Saver and Safari. Even iTunes on OS X Mavericks also claimed to be more power efficient.

  • Tightening Energy Saver settings
Perform Energy Saver settings from the System Preferences menu and select Energy Saver. Changing the Battery and Power Adapter as small as possible, but also consider not to interfere with the activity. Put a checklist on mode 'Put hard disks to sleep when possible' to stop the work of data storage media (hard disk or SSD) when not in use.

  • Turning off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Wi-Fi wireless devices and Bluetooth can be turned off when not in use. In addition to reducing the use of batteries, it can prevent nosy people to prevent access shared folders or anything else.

  • Reduce the brightness of the screen
Users can reduce the brightness on a Mac computer screen to conserve battery. With a low brightness level, the eye will be easier to see the screen and not get tired. The same thing can be done on the keyboard backlight to get a light dimmer to make it more comfortable.

  • Removing the external devices
External devices like USB drive, external hard drive or an external DVD reader should be removed when not in use. It is also useful for external devices to be more durable. In addition, removing unused external devices will also provide comfort to the user while working so as not to be bothered with a lot of cables connected to the computer.

Source: MakeMac

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