Windows 7 TipsWindows 7: how the health laptop battery Windows 7 HL: Aria of SlobWindows 7 contains a new command, which displays many details on how to use the power settings and & helps in mind in the resolution of (unexpected problems such as Windows 7, if you set the day before facing upwards). This command displays some details of the battery of the laptop, including its capacity and its last load completes. With this information, you can calculate how much (in percentage) of batteries over time deteriorated. Check out: click on Start button and type cmd in the search for its programs and exe box search return to top click Start right cmd files. exe and choose Run as administrator type cd % userprofile%/Desktop command and support on continue for the input type Powercfg-energy command line and press the enter Powercfg enable track for 60 seconds. If for more information that displays only the details of the battery, are sure that there are no other processes running recondition battery windows 7 Powercfg generated would not use a report (in html format) at the end of this period, this error, warnings, etc., there we align the prompt on the desktop, the energy review report will be placed on the desktop. HTML CODE. Simply open the report in your browser & scrolling in the battery information section. Above are two examples. To the left is a relatively new battery (a few months). As you can see, the last full charge is only about 5. 5% in capacity. On the right side is an old battery (about 4 years), which shows that the last full charge was nearly 40% less than the design. I know from experience that this type of battery will last only a few months. I had tried a battery, a few months later to fail and 45% less than the design functions. I recently did a stress test of the battery (to show the minimum you would expect when running the laptop with full powers) and managed only 36 minutes. Comparison with the 125 minutes for the new battery. Read more on as a basis for battery lithium-ion batteries to develop modified lithium battery: November 16, 2011. . . . .