How to Make Sure your Dell 8600 Adapter Is Running ?

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A Dell 8600 can be powered in two ways: a charged battery or a Dell 8600 Adapter. The Dell 8600 Adapter cord plugs in at an outlet and both the laptop power supply and charges the laptop ac adapter.

Even a fully charged laptop ac adapter won’t power your Dell 8600 Adapter forever, though, and ac adapters lose their ability to hold a charge as they get older. At some point you may have to rely on laptop ac adapter if the Dell AC Adapter doesn’t last long enough.

Leaving an ac adapter in a Dell 8600 Adapter while using an electrical outlet for long periods of time will keep the Dell AC Adapter in a constant state of charging up and that will reduce the life cycle of the laptop ac adapter .

Make sure to plug your laptop Dell AC Adapter into a UPS and not directly into a power outlet or surge protector. Do not leave your Dell 8600 Adapter in your car in the summer. Leaving a laptop ac adapter in Dell 8600 Adapter while using an electrical outlet for long periods of time will keep the laptop power supply in a constant state of charging up and that will reduce the life cycle of the laptop ac adapter.

Hover your mouse cursor over the battery icon and a small window should pop up saying that your Dell AC Adapter is charging, or that your Dell 8600 Adapter is running on ac adapter. If your laptop power supply is older and needs the adapter cord to work, that pop up may always say that your laptop is running on ac adapter.

You can also click on that icon to bring up the laptop power supply’s menu. That menu will also indicate whether your laptop is running on ac adapter.

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