How to Restore Battery Icon Missing Windows 10

For laptop users with Windows OS, you must be familiar with the start menu. On the start menu, there is a taskbar column with various icons. There are hours, dates, notifications, and battery indicators. On a laptop, tablet PC and a type of battery indicator will be visible.

But on devices that use a similar battery indicator cable, it will not appear. But sometimes the laptop indicator battery does not appear. well, this will be discussed.

The Cause of The Indicator Battery Does Not Appear

You can know the battery indicator in the taskbar through the specific icon contained in the column. Usually, this icon is located next to the right side of the screen. Or usually, there is an additional menu indicated by the arrow pointing upwards.

But there are a number of things causing the battery indicator icon. For example, because of the setting error and there are bugs that disrupt the appearance of the indicator battery icon.

The possibility of a battery indicator does not appear because the wrong settings are rare. Except if the battery icon still exists and suddenly disappears without cause. While if the bug can be due to the version of Windows it is not stable. This is usually caused because the update is not updated.

1. Active Back the Battery on Device Manager

Active the battery on this Device Manager is intended to fix a bug. This method is quite effective in Windows 7 and up versions. So it doesn't hurt we are trying to apply.

  • Open the File Explorer on Windows.
  • Right-click on My Computer.
  • Choose Properties.
  • Then, look for the Devices Manager menu.
  • Search and open the Batteries menu.
  • Right-click on the Microsoft ACPI menu > Compliant Control Method Battery, then select Disable.
  • Wait a few moments, then Right-Click again, and select Enable.

If you have tried checking the taskbar column to see changes in the indicator icon appearing or not. You can also use the Uninstall option on Microsoft ACPI then select Restart.

2. Check The Battery Settings In Windows Settings

For those who don't know, on the Windows Taskbar. Actually, all the icons contained there can be arranged as desired. For example, some can be displayed, some cannot.

Therefore, it is recommended to check the settings first. Perhaps precisely because we are hiding the battery indicator accidentally.

  • Right-click on the Taskbar.
  • Scroll down to see the Settings icon column.
  • Set the battery indicator located there so that it appears. Position in ON mode.
  • Remove the charger first when you set this column.

3. Update Windows

This one is still aimed at fixing bugs. If this method doesn't work, you can try Updating  Windows. To update Windows, do it through the control panel, or search in the update column. With this update, the bug in the battery indicator will disappear. As an option, you can manually reinstall windows with a newer version.

  • Open the Application Settings menu using the Start Menu or Win+I.
  • Click on the Update & Security Option.
  • In Windows Update, click the Check for Update button.
  • If there is an update notification, click the Install button.
  • If the Update process is successful then you will see the battery icon in the lower right corner of the screen appears and works as usual.

4. Restore Battery Icon Via Taskbar Properties

The next way is to change the settings on the Taskbar. The steps are as follows.

  • Right-click on a Taskbar. Then, the Properties option will appear. Select the option.
  • Right-click on My Computer.
  • Select Customize.
  • In the Turn System Icon option, look for the battery icon and select the ON mode.
  • Click OK.
  • Restart the laptop and check the result whether the icon has appeared or is still missing.

Well, that's the discussion about how to display the battery icon a laptop that's easy. For laptop use, of course, this is very important, because it will be troublesome if we use the laptop outside without a battery icon that displays the amount of power. Oh yes, you can apply these methods on laptops with Windows XP, WIndows 7, Windows 10 to Windows 11.

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