I have a Toshiba ultrabook with a non removable battery. I have read that it is not a good thing to leave a laptop plugged in all the time with a battery installed, but since I can’t remove mine, this presents a minor issue.
I know that with some Lenovo laptops. they have a Windows app to put the laptop in “conservation” mode to not allow the battery to charge to full capacity when plugged in and used for long stretches, supposedly to help extend the life of the battery.
Is there a feature like this in Linux, or should I really just not worry too much about it? I have my laptop on and plugged in a lot at work, because I use it for personal browsing instead of my work PC. Granted, I don’t usually hold on to a laptop for more than two years, so it may be a moot point… But still, I’d like to keep the hardware in good shape for the next user.