Do you know, Microsoft has a special feature named as “Battery Report” which provides all the information regarding the system’s battery condition and also some other useful statistics.
Sometimes, it feels annoying when you perform some important task in your laptop, and suddenly your battery gets low, even if you have selected the “Power Saver Plan”, this happens, because you did not know the root cause, and this is due to the lack of awareness. By examining the battery report, you can easily understand the actual problem and rectify it effectively.
In Windows the “Powercfg” command contains this feature, you can also use this command to generate “Energy Report” which provides you all the information and recommendations regarding your system’s energy consumption. This helps you to understand how you can extend your battery life. Just go through this article to find out how to generate battery report in Windows 10, by performing a few clicks on your system, as explained below.
Steps to Generate a Battery Report in Windows 10
Step 1: First go to the search bar and type “cmd” command which opens a command prompt. Right-click on the command prompt icon and click on “Run as administrator”.
Step 2: You’ll see a command prompt window pops open up. Now type “powercfg/batteryreport” and press enter.
You’ll get a message as “Battery life report saved to C:Windows/System32/battery-report.html”.
Step 3: Go to that location and click on “battery report.html” , so as to open up the battery report as shown in the figure below.
Step 4: In the first section, you’ll get to know about the system name, bios version, date and time of report generation.
Step 5: The next section gives you the information about your “installed batteries”. This contains the name, manufacturer, serial number, type and capacity of the battery.
Step 6: Next section gives you the information about “Recent Usage” of your battery. Basically, it shows the power states over the last three days.
Step 7: The next section, i.e. “Battery usage” which portrays a graph, that shows how your battery drained over time.
Step 10: “Battery life estimates” defines the estimated life of the battery, based on observed drains.
That’s all, guys. Keep reading.