Check battery Health in Windows 10

Battery occupies an important part in Our day to day life in many ways.it serves as an 

important component in our Laptop,tablet,Mobiles and seems its need is incredible.So we 

need to keep an eye on battery health too,and we should check health of our battery at least 

once in a month . 

(It must be Noted that,there are many third Party softwares available for accomplishing this 


task,but as i Wrote long back ago,there is an inbuilt function for all Our needs inside 


Windows,what we need to do is just to find them,since all cannot be expert in fields in all 


fields,i herewith share you the commands to check the health of our battery in your

Windows 10 OS running machine.


Ok,let's see how to Check the health of Your Battery....


All you Need to do is,My Friend,

Just Follow the Upcoming Steps in Your PC.


Step 1 : Login to Your PC.


Step 2 : Press Windows + X key.


Step 3 : Select Command Prompt(Administrator).


Step 4 : A New Black Window will Appear,Type the Following in it.


"Powercfg -energy"(Without Quotes")



Step 5 : It Will trace Your Battery for 60 Seconds and Will Show You the Results like Errors and Warnings.



Check Battery Health In Windows 10


Step 6 : A Location Will Be Provided,Visit it.



Check Battery Health of My PC In Windows 10

Step 7 : Double Click on the Html File.


Step 8 : It Will open the Page in Your Browser,  



Check Battery Health In Windows 10


Step 9 : Determine the State and try to Fix it.


If You can't Fix kindly Replace the Battery...  



                                         "Hope it is Useful"

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18 September 2019 at 04:20 delete

run command prompt as administrator. Right click cmd and then "run as administrator

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23 January 2020 at 16:29 delete

Command prompt (Administer) not showing up on popup when I press windows + X

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14 April 2020 at 11:20 delete

There's also instructions on how to do it with Powershell (as admin), which you should see if command prompt isn't there. If it is there but you just don't see it with the admin option after, try right clicking on the admin-less command prompt button, or just type cmd into cortana search box at the bottom of your desktop to the right of windows start and it will give you the option to run as admin. If you don't see it, just right click on the large box that says "command prompt" on the menu that pops up after you type cmd into the search box. Hope this helps.

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