Nowadays, most Windows users prefer to use Bluetooth devices like speakers, mice, or a keyboard. If you are worried about how much battery is remaining, Windows 11 lets you quickly check the battery life of Bluetooth devices in the Settings app. It may not show the remaining battery life of the Bluetooth devices when proper drivers are not installed. But when it works, it’s handy.
In this gearupwindows article, we will guide you on checking Bluetooth device battery life in Windows 11 and 10. Here is how to do it.
How to Check Bluetooth Device Battery Life in Windows 11?
Step 1. Pair your Bluetooth device to your PC if not already paired. Also, make sure it is turned on.
Step 2. When done, open the Settings app by pressing
Step 3. Select
Step 4. On the right, you will see the Bluetooth devices that are paired to your computer.
Here, you’ll see the remaining battery just under the device’s name if your device supports showing battery life in settings. For instance, in the above image, you may see a percentage of remaining battery life (like 100%) and a full battery gauge icon.
If there is no battery gauge in the Bluetooth device tile, you might be using an older device that doesn’t support this feature or drivers are not installed properly. Please prefer your device’s documentation to see if your Bluetooth device supports showing the remaining battery life.
How to View Bluetooth Device Battery Life in Windows 10?
To view the battery level of your compatible Bluetooth devices on Windows 10, use these steps:-
Step 1. First, open Windows Settings by pressing
Step 2. When Windows Settings appears, click on the
Step 3. Then, select
Step 4. On the right side of “Bluetooth & other devices,” you’ll see a battery percentage indicator on the right side for the Bluetooth device.
If you don’t see the battery indicator, it’s likely because you’re not running the supported version of Windows 10 or your Bluetooth device itself doesn’t support this feature. Update your Windows 10, and if this does not help, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with the device manufacturer.