Yes, removing the laptop battery will delete all data that is stored on your cache memory like RAM.
If you take out the battery while your laptop is on, it will delete all data that is stored on your temporary memory on your laptop.
This is because when you remove the battery, it also cuts off power to your laptop and since power equals information, this means that removing the battery will delete any information stored in your Cache memory.
Note it will not remove data that is stored in your non volatile storage like ROM.
Let me explain with an example. Yesterday, I was using my Dell laptop. It suddenly turned off. Using my Chrome browser, I opened a lot of tabs while multitasking.
After I was bothered by the laptop situation, I realized that it might be the battery since it was already faulty.
After removing my laptop battery, I decided to work on the laptop with the charger plugged in. I was very worried when I turned on my laptop and saw that my Chrome browser’s tabs and windows were all closed.
Fortunately, I enabled the restore tabs option from the chrome browser but unfortunately, I lost all data that I’ve done on incognito windows.
Is Removing Laptop Battery Safe?
The answer to this question is – it depends. It all depends on the type of laptop battery and the type of charger that you are using.
There are three types of laptop batteries;
- Lithium Ion.
- Nickel Cadmium.
- Nickel Metal Hydride.
The first two types are unsafe to remove while the last one is safe to remove.
Finally, make sure you save all your tasks and close all windows and tabs before removing the laptop battery.
What Happens If You Remove Battery From A Running Laptop?
Your laptop will shutdown. When a laptop is running on battery power, the battery provides power to the laptop.
When it is not connected to an external power source, the battery will eventually run out of charge and stop working.
When you remove the battery from a running laptop, it will result in a sudden shutdown. This may cause data loss or other problems with your computer.
Does Removing Laptop Battery Improve Performance?
We can’t say for sure if removing the battery will improve performance.
There are a number of factors that determine how well a laptop performs, such as the processor, RAM and GPU.
One thing we can say for sure is that the battery has nothing to do with the performance of your laptop.
It’s just there to store power so you can use it when you’re not connected to an external power source.
Does Removing Laptop Battery Reduce Heat?
Some people say that removing the laptop battery reduces heat and saves energy. But others think it doesn’t make a difference.
Here are some reasons why removing the battery does not reduce heat:
- The laptop is plugged in to an AC power source, so there’s no need for it to generate its own power.
- The CPU has a fan that cools down the system and there’s no need for another fan to cool it down.
- The heat generated by the CPU is dissipated through metal plates on either side of the machine, which are cooled by air flowing through vents on the back of the laptop.
Should I Remove My Laptop Battery While Playing Games?
Yes, You can remove battery while playing games. If you want to play game and also going to remove battery then I recommend you to plugin your laptop first and then pull off your laptop battery.
It is because when you pull off your laptop battery it will shutdown your laptop as it provide power to the laptop.
But if you are doing this to increase performance of your laptop then it will no do anything with the performance and last longer.
Some people believe that removing the battery from a laptop while playing games will make the laptop fast and last longer.
In reality, it will not have much of an effect on the battery life. If you’re looking to maximize your battery life, then you should turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi as well as dimming your screen brightness.