Capacity Meter 1.1.1 a Must-Have for PowerBookers

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Date: Tuesday, November 8th, 2005, 01:06
Category: Accessory

capacity-meter-ss.jpgIs your PowerBook battery not quite lasting the advertised 4.5 hours? Well no one’s does, but you should be be able to get at least 3 hours and 45 minutes according to Apple. If you’re getting something less, your battery is probably getting a little old and has lost some of its capacity.
Branden Keller’s excellent freeware tool Capacity Meter 1.1.1 is truly a must-have utility for all PowerBook users.
Capacity Meter displays and tracks information about your PowerBooks battery, including capacity, amperage, current, and voltage. Using this information and your machine’s specifications, Capacity Meter will let you know the current status of your battery and track degradation over time.
Capacity Meter 1.1.1 is Tiger compatible and free, so check your battery today.


capacity-meter-ss.jpgIs your PowerBook battery not quite lasting the advertised 4.5 hours? Well no one’s does, but you should be be able to get at least 3 hours and 45 minutes according to Apple. If you’re getting something less, your battery is probably getting a little old and has lost some of its capacity.
Branden Keller’s excellent freeware tool Capacity Meter 1.1.1 is truly a must-have utility for all PowerBook users.
Capacity Meter displays and tracks information about your PowerBooks battery, including capacity, amperage, current, and voltage. Using this information and your machine’s specifications, Capacity Meter will let you know the current status of your battery and track degradation over time.
Capacity Meter 1.1.1 is Tiger compatible and free, so check your battery today.

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