A preview version of Windows 10 shows that the operating system gets new battery consumption settings and gives more details.
The battery setting on Windows 10 isn’t the sexiest part of the operating system, but it does get a lot more useful. A Twitter user named Albacore discovered in the Windows 10 Insider build 21313 that the settings looked different.
Today, as a user, you mainly see the percentage of your battery and a few settings that can be adjusted depending on whether you are running on battery or mains power.
Extra handy also seems to be an overview per app and how much energy they use. Convenient for detecting which applications are consuming your battery.
It is not yet formally established when the new position will be available. But previous similar reports of such a feature spoke of a wide rollout to all users from the second half of 2021.