Avoiding Battery to be Charged while Laptop is Plugged In

Dear all,
 
   I would like to know if there is a way to avoid the battery to be charged while the laptop is plugged in with an electricity source. I am using a Samsung Laptop.  

Regards,
Ming
tsuiwaimingAsked:
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uucknaaaCommented:
Hi

The only way I know of is to remove the battery.

Hope that helps.
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tsuiwaimingAuthor Commented:
That's exactly what I don't prefer. Thanks for your reply, though.
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jpg526Commented:
i've been annoyed by same problem because this brand's laptop battery life is too short.

my approach is same as uucknaaa, everytime i use external power supply, i remove the battery.
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uucknaaaCommented:
Hi

We do try to exercise the entire cycle of the battery.  In other words, I'll use it until it asks to be charged and then plug it in.  Just got a new Sony and with it came a mobility pack that includes an extra battery.  I've been thinking about coming up with a new strategy.
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