The next feature update for Windows 10 may be accompanied by a brand new battery usage graph in the Settings app, which will easily show you what your battery is running low on.
According to reports found in the preview version, the Settings app will get this feature by updating Windows 10 21H2 in the second half of 2021. At Build 21277, Microsoft is testing a new battery usage presentation that tells you more about its use in laptop or tablet in the last 24 hours or 7 days.
To go to the new battery usage charts, you need to open Settings> System> Battery, and then look under the "Battery usage" heading
As you can see in the screenshot above, Windows 10 Settings can now display battery usage in graphs. You can even read the statistics to look for apps that run out of battery power, or you can click on the graphs to see what percentage of battery usage has been used in the last 24 hours at specific times.
The new feature of Windows 10 can also show you where your battery power has gone and at what time of day, but it is up to you to do something with this information.
It is a small and pleasant change, as you have access to information from longer periods of time, especially if you have recently installed a new application and want to see the difference before and after.
It looks like the built-in battery statistics system on Android phones, which lets you quickly see which app is consuming limited battery power at what time of day and week.
Note that the new battery life feature in Windows 10 is still in its infancy and will likely improve.