It follows clearly that if we have a fully charged battery and the degree of its charge (with continuous operation on the power supply) will drop below 50-60% over time, only then recharging is started.
Yes, but it does not change the fact that the battery is recharged quite often then, and this is probably not good for the health of the battery.
In my opinion, it is better not to use the battery if it is not necessary.
After all, what consumes it more by not using or using it?
It depends on the way we treat our battery. Surely the worst option for a battery is to store it completely discharged. Then we can say that not using it is harmful. But it is also a bad option to keep the battery in the laptop all the time if we are "driving on the power adapter" all the time. Wear and tear cannot even be prevented by "electronics", that is, limiting punching charging cycles, although this wear may slow it down. Then we can say that use is harmful to the battery.
In my opinion and the instructions for my computer (I will not mention consultants and portals because I see that you have some trauma to them), the best way to minimize battery consumption is to remove it and store it in a 30-40% charged state (it is admitted that earlier I overestimated these "forks" saying that the battery should be charged in 30% -80% during storage).
I meant more about the values:
the electrolyte does not like it when it has too much / too little lithium ions in it.
What, should I count them? ;>