Very few people use laptops as their main computer first. If this is the case with you, and keep you connected mobile all the time for the power line, there is no need for expensive battery for the laptop. Many people will ask to keep the battery while the electricity will cause damage. In situations where you will never use the laptop battery as when it is more or less engaged permanently, simply remove the battery. The laptop works fine without the battery and remove the battery, you can keep in perfect condition for when you need them. Sometimes people think that if you remove the battery, that will ruin over time as it descends, is dead and seated.
To store the battery from the laptop when not in use, place it in a non-metallic (or non-conductive) storage container. Finally, the battery discharges, but that is just the way Mother Nature works. You can recharge the battery by simply inserting it into your laptop. It should work fine if you have taken the necessary precautions to properly store.
If you take your cell wall bound on the road, so I do not recommend removing the battery. That maintains its reliable battery and healthy in the long term.
Sure, there may be some laptops that can not be run from a power outlet when the battery is removed. If you think this can be a problem, just keep your battery from your laptop and know that if you do not drive your battery from time to time, it will eventually go wrong.
If you remove the battery, do not consider secure the laptop in an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). The notebook battery works as a small UPS, keeping the portable power for short breaks and falls. If you remove the battery, consider buying an inverter as an investment - as you would for a desktop computer.
Overall, the batteries are those things that if you take care of them. Change the battery when it goes wrong it's incredibly obvious and easy to spot. Basically, the battery will hold its remarkably short load time. With new laptops, which is a breeze.