Windows 10 is an operating system for everyone, so in addition to desktop PCs, it can also run on tablets and laptops, with massive optimizations made for the energy efficiency of all these devices.
And that’s something incredibly important, especially because being productive on the go has become a priority, no matter what device we use. Keeping an eye on the battery is something we can do with little effort on Android and iOS, and because Windows 10 is slowly moving towards a more “mobile” operating system, all thanks to the emphasis on new product categories, Microsoft wants to improve the experience in this regard as well.
Thus, build 21 313 of Windows 10 provides us with the first version of a new battery configuration page, the Twitter user Albacore having managed to activate from the existing version. As you can see in the screenshot, the battery page has been redesigned, so that it now shows a graph, as well as additional information to determine what uses more power and what doesn’t. do not consume it.
Coming in Windows 10 Version 21H2
This should help users make more informed battery decisions, which is very important when you consider that a lot of people are trying to improve their battery life by ditching apps that demand too much power.
This new settings page is expected to debut in Windows 10 with the release of feature update 21H2, which according to Microsoft’s traditional release schedule, is expected to go live in the fall. The next Windows 10 update, codenamed 21H1, will launch in the spring of the year, but it will only bring subtle improvements, as the focus is not on new features, but on improving the experience with the operating system as a whole.