Generate a Battery Report in Windows
If you are a laptop or Surface user then you might be interested in looking through a report on your battery and you can do this by running a very simple command within Windows.
All you need to do is to open a Command Prompt by right clicking on your Windows 10 Start button and selecting “Command Prompt”:
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When the Command Prompt appears then type in the following command:
powercfg /batteryreport /output %USERPROFILE%Desktopbattery_report.html
This will now generate a battery report to your computers Desktop for you to view and analyse! You can change the output path if you want to save it somewhere else.
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