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You have probably noticed on your laptop or tablet that Windows 10 displays a battery icon on the taskbar. This visual element lets you quickly know when your device is running on AC power and how much battery power is left.
However, you still need to click the icon to see the percentage of battery life remaining, which is fine, but you can get a much better view using BatterBar.
BatteryBar is a small third-party battery measurement app that accurately calculates your device’s battery life and displays the exact percentage remaining with a much better icon on the taskbar. You can even click the icon to see the remaining battery time.
When you hover your mouse over the icon, the app can also display additional information such as battery capacity, time left until fully charged, battery wear, and more.
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How to install BatteryBar
Attention: You will use a third-party application. Although the app has been tested and works properly, make sure you understand that using third-party tools can sometimes cause problems, use at your own risk. You have been warned.
Download BatteryBar from the official website. There is a paid version, but the free version is all you need.
Double click on the file and click on the typical installation of the application.
After completing the steps, you will notice a new, larger battery icon on the taskbar, which should be green, but will change color as battery life decreases.
BatteryBar doesn’t offer any options to customize the icon, but its standard appearance and functionality are better than the standard Windows 10 battery icon and blend perfectly with the taskbar.
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