How to Restore a Missing Battery Icon in Windows 10
You log on to Windows 10 with your laptop and notice that the battery icon is conspicuously absent from your taskbar. You click the arrow which shows all your hidden icons, and there’s no power indicator there either.
It’s hard to say why this little white symbol goes AWOL — it happened to me after a recent Windows update — but fortunately, it’s easy to restore.
Here’s how to restore a missing battery icon in Windows 10.
Right click on the taskbar and select Settings. When the Taskbar settings open, scroll down to the Notifications area.
Click “Turn system icons on or off.”
On the next screen, tap the button next to Power to On from Off. (If you want to display icons from third-party programs, “Select which icons appear on the taskbar” to turn on notification icons for apps like Dropbox or an online backup service.)
Once you have restored the battery icon to the taskbar, you can tap it, click it or hover the mouse cursor over it to see the percentage of battery life left on the current charge.
The Windows Store has several free or inexpensive apps available to display the charge percentage and other details; open the Store icon from the Start menu and search for “battery.” Now you restore the missing battery icon inWindows 10.
Here’s how to restore a missing battery icon in Mac.
Mac users who want to display the battery icon in the top menu bar should open the System Preferences by clicking its icon in the desktop dock, or by selecting System Preferences under the Apple menu in the top-left corner of the screen. In the System Preferences box, click the Energy Saver icon and then turn on the checkbox next to “Show battery status in menu bar.” Now you restore the missing battery icon inMac.
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