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Tech 21 February 2021

Windows 10, the statistics on battery consumption are coming

While Microsoft announces the release of the new Windows 10 21H1 update for the next few months, an interesting novelty has been found in the operating system of the Redmond giant that concerns the menu relating to battery consumption on PCs. It was discovered by the expert Albacore who - within a new build still under development - identified a section dedicated to battery statistics.
In practice, the user will be able to have an eye on all consumption data in a similar way to what we already see on our smartphones. In this way, it becomes easier to be able to identify programs that require more resources and at the same time see which software is perhaps causing abnormal battery drain.
Credit – Albacore
Credit – Albacore
Once the function is enabled from the settings menu, your laptop will show a graph with the charge trend thus showing the energy consumption over the course of the day. It will also be possible to view a classic bar graph showing usage during the last seven days. The new function, however, has not been released in a stable version but is available for those who are subscribed to Windows Insider, that is the program that allows participating users to test preview versions of the operating system still in development.
Credit – Albacore
Credit – Albacore
For the moment, therefore, we do not know when the function will be made available to everyone. Currently, in fact, it is not even mentioned in the post published by Microsoft to announce the new Windows 10 21H1 update. The release of the update will take place in the coming months but there does not seem to be any great news. The American giant specifies that the new features include multi-camera support for Windows Hello and security-related performance improvements. As for the system for accessing Windows devices through face recognition, it will also be possible to choose an external camera as a tool for identification.