If you often find yourself working on your laptop or tablet while mobile, there are at least two things you are always concerned about. They are Internet access and battery life on your device.
As far as the internet is concerned, you will no longer be able to access you work or home Wi-Fi. You will probably have to use mobile data plan by either tethering your smartphone or using its mobile data plan on your laptop or have one of those nifty portable (battery-powered) routers. For the battery life, the best you can do is to carry an extra fully-charged battery pack.
However, if you will be working online, there are some few tweaks you can do on your browser to save on battery life, bandwidth consumption, increase page load time and are reduce CPU usage. This tweak initially began as a Flash block on Firefox browser, but has become a standard feature in most of the popular browser nowadays.
Most modern browsers load Flash and other plug-in content whenever you open a web page. However, if you were to enable ‘Click-to-Play’ plug-in on your browser, it …read more