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A battery is a self-inclosed system, there are special circuits that govern these batteries used in laptops. Windows along with any other system out there, only ever has readonly access to these batteries. Windows cannot "corrupt" as you put it these batteries. What do you mean by corrupt? Nor can Windows make the battery push out more electricity then it is designed for. Those special circuits I mentioned before prevent that from happening.
No, the problem is not Windows the problem is the hardware. If people stop all this foolishness and talked with there manufacture of there computer they will get the solution to there problem. Instead of this stupid witch hunt for a phantom problem in Windows.