A helpful tool that displays the notebook battery charging capacity and calculates its remaining power as well as discharge expectancy.
- Notebook BatteryInfo
- Version :1.4 Beta 7
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Thomas Michel
Notebook BatteryInfo Description
As you may guess by reading the program’s name, Notebook BatteryInfo is a Windows software solution designed to provide additional information on your laptop’s battery. You can find out how much power it’s currently using, what is the remaining time until the battery is depleted, and more details
View information about your notebook’s battery
While Windows already comes with a built-in feature in this regard, this application promises to do a lot more and provide a great amount of details concerning the battery of a portable computer. It doesn’t require advanced computer knowledge and can be safely installed by beginners and more experienced users alike.
The application adds a special information icon in the taskbar next to the systray, to show the remaining battery percentage, but it’s strongly recommended to open the settings screen and thus configure all the other features. You can thus set the colors of the displayed icon, regardless if we’re talking about the battery remaining capacity color or any other parameter.
Configure battery display settings easily
It’s also possible to customize display options and enable capacity in percent, remaining time or current power consumption, along with the details that will be displayed once the mouse cursor is moved over the icon. Since it’s especially designed to replace the traditional Windows battery icon, Notebook BatteryInfo can disable this Windows feature to become the only app that shows battery information.
All things considered, Notebook BatteryInfo is an app that could easily become a must-have with a few improvements here and there. It’s stable, reliable and doesn’t affect system performance in any way. However, it doesn’t work properly on the latest Windows version. Nevertheless, we are keeping in mind that it’s currently in beta development state so we should expect improvements.