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Top 5 tips to boost OSX Mavericks battery

Apple Inc. has launched their OS X Mavericks last week for all the iMac and Macbook owners.

Oct 30 2013, 12:23am CDT | by

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Top 5 tips to boost OSX Mavericks battery

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It's the best OS from the company yet but unfortunately, the users still struggle with some problems related to battery life. Mavericks have some few important features that can preserve a charge for the battery. Here are the top five tips that users need to know about how to save battery power.

  • Do Not Charge Your Computer Frequently – This is a simple but effective tip. Apple’s Tim Cook was really proud of the program when he introduced it back at the WWDC 2013. Apple considers the power saving feature the best that the users will have. Sometimes, it's important to let the laptop gradually lose some power instead of panicking every time the battery suddenly dips below 30%. Charging a Macbook for too many times will do damage up to the main battery core.
  • App Nap is a Perfect Tool to Keep a Charge – App Nap is a new tool that’s embedded in OS Mavericks. This feature actively scans which program is devouring energy and lets user know how to shut it down
  • Safari 7 Power Saver Is Superior To Chrome – OS Mavericks has somehow managed to refurbish Safari 7 browser with a new feature called Power Saver. It is actually a hybrid of an ad blocker and power saver app. The app prevents browser plug-ins like Flash and JavaScript videos from appearing on the particular page. 
  • Check the Activity Monitor Status – The Activity Monitor gives users insight into which app is consuming the most power. Most of the people won't delve into that, so always check to see what the biggest drain on the battery is on the top right.
  • Streamline the Services you Need to Use – The special power-saving program suite, which is encased within the OS Mavericks, is awesome. Users need to access the activity monitor and arrange which programs are the most important to use for them. Once the task is quickly completed, App nap and some other features will kick in preserving power for an extended period of time.

 

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/28" rel="author">Triszia Marie Santos</a>
Triszia Marie Santos is navigating the mobile device space for you. She is an early adopter in all things mobile and loves to write about the latest mobile trends.

 

 

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