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Is there any command line tool to check laptop battery power on Windows ?

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Battery wear level is a great metric to measure battery lifetime..… it a freeware – Aravinda Jun 7 '15 at 14:40
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Take a look on Rob van der Woude's website here for a potentially useful script you can run from the command line. The script uses WMIC and works with XP upwards. Full credit to this guy, looks like a pretty nifty piece of work.

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This works great in Xp.. It calculates runtime left and for me!! – iceman Jan 19 '10 at 21:44

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