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As far as I know, It's done so your battery doesn't get damaged. I recommend you play on your laptop when it's plugged in, and avoid playing when it's not. If you insist, I'm sure there is an option somewhere to turn the fps cap off, but it may not be beneficial for your laptop in the long run.
Practice makes perfect. You're doing really well. I remember when I joined in 2013 my English wasn't perfect and in the following year I was able to improve my English significantly just by communicating, though it was mainly reading and typing as I didn't speak. Even today I very rarely speak. Your English is good, and it will only improve.
The first game I actually played actively on PC was Runescape back in 2006 up until 2010. Looking back I was pretty addicted but I don't regret my time spent in that game.
Shortly after I started playing Runescape I was gifted a PS2 and started playing games like Black (probably one of the best shooters I have ever played), GTA San Andreas and Splinter Cell. Those were some of my first console games which I absolutely loved.
Little edit: I forgot to mention the first CoD game I played which was also on my PS2. Call of Duty 3.
Note for the future, don't taunt hackers. You may think you have enough evidence, but in case it's not enough to warrant a ban, you could end up shooting yourself in the foot as the suspected player may turn off any hacks or leave the game.