So I was watching this video on YouTube (https://youtu.be/VgO0cPYwLBU) and there was something that the speaker said that caught my attention. He was going on about how he doesn't really go out of his house often and that he primarily uses his laptop while docked. With that said, he went on to say that if you want to leave your laptop plugged in all the time and not have to worry about the battery life going down the drain, you could change some bios settings. To sum up what the speaker does with his bios settings to keep his battery on the charger without ruining its battery life is by maintaining an idle at about 60% of the laptop's battery. Later on after I watched the video, I went off into my laptop's bios (my laptop is the Lenovo Legion 5i) to see if I could make the same changes in my bios that the speaker of the video did, but to my surprise, there was no such bios settings that I could change to get me the same battery preservation that this guy did. if there is anything that I can do to match the battery preservation that this guy did whether it be through my bios or through deep windows settings, please give me some pointers because I don't want to damage/degrade my laptop's battery any more than I have to.