Thanks for that. That is also my opinion as I expressed to the person who put it to me.
I remember visiting a company a long time ago that had a number of Toshiba Laptops and at the time I advised against the practice of leaving them permanently connected to the mains, but that advice was poo-hooed by the company. Subsequently EVERY laptop had battery problems.
The manager was somewhat embarrassed when I was called in to have a look at other problems with their setup.
I just wondered as to whether that advice was still applicable in todays world.
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