The battery is one of the most important parts of a laptop and it is very important to ensure that the battery stays in good condition. There are several factors that determine the health of your device’s battery, and one of them is the number of times the battery has been charged.
For those who don’t know, a battery cycle counter is defined as one full discharge of your laptop battery and then a full charge to 100%. The higher the number of battery cycles, the shorter the battery life of your laptop will be.
So, if you have a very high number of battery cycles, you will have to replace your laptop battery in the near future as it will not be able to function properly after a while. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to find out the number of battery cycles on your Windows 10 laptop.
Check Battery Cycle Counter in Windows 10
Step 1. Launch Command Prompt on your Windows 10 laptop. To do this, search for cmd through Windows Search and select an application from the list.
Step 2. Now, at the command prompt, enter the following command: powercfg / batteryreport
Entering the command will show the path in the app where the battery report file is stored in Windows 10.
Step 3. Browse to the desired location and open the file named battery-report .
Step 4. Check the Cycle count field , which displays the battery cycle counter of your Windows 10 laptop.
Apart from the number of battery cycles, you can also check some other factors that affect the health of your laptop battery by looking at the newly generated detailed battery report in Windows 10.