Is it better to have a battery replacement for a laptop which is being used 6years?
Over time a battery will not hold as much of a charge. You will probably notice that the battery does not last as long as it did when new. If the laptop is 6 years old a new battery would be beneficial.
If your laptop getting low power backup then you must have to replace your battery.
Yes, that might be a good move. Batteries won't hold as much charge as time goes by. This does not only apply to laptops. Phones also face the same problem.
If your laptop is over 6 years old, it might be more worthwhile going out and buying a new laptop. You could buy a really cheap one that would be way more powerful than this one, for less than buying a replacement battery for it.
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