Battery Charge different /variation in LinuxMint13

I have installed Linux Mint 13 (Mate) in my friends laptop (Toshiba Satellite). I put a Battery charge Monitor applet in a panel. System start with its native 'Power Management Applet'. Both tools running smoothly. But both shows some different date about battery power when laptop running in battery. I found different information from both tool. When I just pool out the power cable from the laptop body:
 1. 'Battery Charge Monitor 1.2.1' shows:
System is running on battery power. 4 hours 12 minutes (98%) remaining
    System is running on battery power. 4 hours 12 minutes (98%) remaining  in LinuxMint 13
    System is running on battery power. 4 hours 12 minutes (98%) remaining  in LinuxMint 13
2. Default 'Power Manager' shows:
 Laptop battery 3 hours 40 minutes remaining (97.9%)
Laptop battery 3 hours 40 minutes remaining (97.9%) on LinuxMint13
Laptop battery 3 hours 40 minutes remaining (97.9%) on LinuxMint13

 I am really confused. I don't know which is actual reading, which shows perfect information.

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  1. how to charge battery
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  2. many higher end laptops are 90 watt.but they pull less when they are not on the AC. that's why there is a big speed deference when it works on battery power.

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