[all variants] Battery management best practice: TLP+TLPUI vs Slimbookbattery

[all variants] Battery management best practice: TLP+TLPUI vs Slimbookbattery

 
I am confused in terms of which combination is best to install. I am running Kubuntu 20.04 on a Thinkpad X230. In the beginning, I have installed TLP and then have added the TLPUI to have the graphical easy access.

I then installed Slimbookbattery since it was recommended by this article: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/…ntu-20-04-lts/
Does Slimbookbattery go hand-in-hand with TLP +TLPUI or is it going to present a conflict if they are installed together? I understand that Slimbookbattery is a graphical tool based on TLP so my initial thought is that installing both will be redundant.

In addition, Kubuntu 20.04 has its own Power Management built-in software. Do I disable this completely or can it run with the combination of TLP and/or Slimbookbattery?
Thanks.

 

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