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You've never had this problem with a laptop battery. I assume you mean a swollen battery.
Richard Andrew x64 wrote:
But do you know for a fact that the battery did not lose capacity? Or suffer other damage?
I've never had a laptop battery that got deformed to the point where it no longer fit and had to be replaced. Beyond that - I have laptops that are 10+ years old, why would I even expect them not to have lost capacity, due simply to age?
Do any of you subscribe to office 365, and if so, do you find it's actually good value for money? Yes I know it comes with a terabyte of cloud storage, but I'm wondering if anyone actually uses Office 365 or uses altenatives like Libre/Open Office and some other cloud storage solution. Thoughts?
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That was before the cloud-era.
I love having some space in the cloud for my files and applications, so I can work from any computer, anywhere.
For me, that's a lot of added value that I gladly pay for.
I have an O365 subscription that gives me access to extra cloud storage and the web apps of Excel, Word, etc. as well as the local apps.
All I said is that it's the extra storage and web apps that you pay for periodically.
And I use them all.