How to Generate a Battery Usage Graph on Windows 10

While the traditional desktop computer remains a key part of the Windows ecosystem, it’s no secret that more and more people make the switch to portable devices, be they traditional laptops, 2-in-1 devices like Microsoft’s own Surface products, or tablets.

And Microsoft tried to target all these form factors with Windows 10, and this is the reason the operating system also comes with a touch-optimized UI that’s appropriate for tablets and 2-in-1s with or without the keyboard connected to the screen.

What do all these devices have in common? A battery, and like the other operating systems, Windows 10 provides essential information about the battery life at one-click distance.

For example, hovering the battery icon displays the time left until the battery is completely depleted and how much juice is left at that point. The message looks like this on mouse hover:

6 hr 55 min (81%) remaining

Clicking the battery icon brings up a flyout that lets you adjust … (read more)

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