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The battery icon not showing may be extremely annoying, since you need it to find out your battery level. If it\u2019s not showing, you\u2019ll have to navigate to Settings each time you want to check it, which is unnecessary and time-consuming. Thankfully, you can easily get the icon back by following the steps below:1. Navigate to the Start menu, then to Settings.2. Select Personalization.3. Click Taskbar. Scroll down until you reach the notification settings, and find the Select which icons appear in the taskbar option.4. 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How To See Battery Percentage In Windows 10 Taskbar


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For many, this extra click is not practical. In particular, when you are used to other mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, you are immediately aware of the remaining battery percentage, it is unfortunate how Microsoft has not yet added the corresponding option.


Once the installation is complete, a new icon will appear in the taskbar notification area at the bottom right of the screen. Depending on the amount of battery left on your computer, the color of the icon changes to immediately inform you of the battery level.


Finally, note that BatteryBar does not automatically replace the current Windows battery icon. A simple solution to save some space on the taskbar without additional icons is to hide the battery icon through the notification area icon settings.


How to show battery percentage on Windows 10? There are three useful applications showing the remaining battery percentage on the Windows 19 taskbar. They are BatteryBar, Percentage, and PureBatteryAddOnSetup. Scroll down to see how to use these three applications to shows battery percentage on Windows 10.


BatteryBar can show your battery percentage on your Windows 10 taskbar and enhance the standard Windows battery utility. This application has a free version and a paid version. If you just need to know your battery percentage, the free version is sufficient.


Once the application gets installed, you should see a battery icon with battery percentage appears immediately on your taskbar. Hover your mouse over the icon and you will see more information like remaining time, full runtime, battery wear, and more.


BatteryBar is a tiny third-party battery meter application that accurately calculates the battery life of your device, and it displays the exact percentage remaining with a much better icon in the Taskbar. You can even click the icon, to see the time remaining running on battery.


If the battery icon does not appear on your Windows 10 taskbar or is grayed out, you can fix this fairly easily. By default, Windows 10 should add the battery icon to your taskbar, but sometimes things go wrong.


The first thing to check is if your battery icon is in your notification area overflow pane, which you can access by clicking on the ^ on your taskbar. There are hidden icons in this notification area. If your battery icon is in the notification area, you can drag and drop it onto your main taskbar.


If you cannot see your battery icon in your notification area, go to your taskbar settings. To do this, just right-click on your taskbar. As an alternative, you can go to Settings>Personalization>Taskbar.


Once you are in the Taskbar Settings, you need to look for Turn system icons on or off. This is under the Notification area section. You will now see a series of switches that you can turn on or off. Locate the Power switch and turn this to On. You should now see the battery icon appear on your taskbar.


This is a free utility from Microsoft that you can easily add to your Windows 10 laptop. With the Microsoft Battery Percentage Icon, you will be able to see your battery percentage in the taskbar as well as the status of your laptop battery, the health of your battery and more.


A new icon will appear on your Windows 10 taskbar that indicates your laptop battery percentage. It is a fairly large battery-shaped icon with the percentage element colored green. When you click on this icon, it will switch to display the estimated battery time you have remaining. Your Windows 10 battery icon will still be visible on your taskbar.


Once you have downloaded Percentage, you just need to run the file, creating the taskbar icon immediately. There is no installation process involved here. This is an elegant solution to displaying your laptop battery percentage.


This quick guide explained how to show the battery percentage in Windows 10. All of the recommended fixes are easy to implement, and some of them have additional useful features. All of the solutions are free and easy to implement and will provide you with a display of your laptop battery percentage.


Sure, you can hover your mouse cursor over the battery icon on the Windows 10 taskbar to see the remaining battery capacity as a percentage, but click the battery icon each time to find out the remaining battery power in terms of percentage does not make sense.


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