Here is the Windows 10’s new battery settings
Microsoft has brought a new battery setting to Windows 10 in the previous beta version. This battery setting is very similar to the battery statistics function in iOS.
The new battery settings page is used to replace the battery options in the traditional control panel. This old battery option has been born for many years and Microsoft has not updated it for a long time.
So Microsoft has developed a new management interface that combines power consumption and software usage time, allowing users to view device usage statistics through the battery management interface.
The functions provided by the new battery management interface are mainly divided into two aspects: battery usage and battery level. Among them, battery usage can be used to calculate battery consumption level by day. The battery usage also includes which software consumes a specific percentage of power.
At the battery level, you can see the battery usage statistics by the hour, which can be used to judge the usage and statistics of the device in different periods.
Microsoft also provides a historical data recording function, allowing users to check usage through historical records, which previously required command-line operations to see.
These new features belong to the Sun Valley project. Microsoft hopes to revive the best system experience of Windows through the Sun Valley project. Of course, the actual effect has to be observed.
Microsoft is currently actively testing these features in the Windows 10 development version, and interested users can install the development version in a virtual machine to experience.