Archive for September, 2022

BatteryHistoryView is a new tool for Windows 11 and Windows 10 that extracts and displays the battery history information stored in the SRUDB.dat database of Windows.
The battery history includes the following information: Timestamp, Cycle Count, Designed Capacity, Full Charged Capacity, Charge Level, Charge Percent, Active AC Time, CS AC Time, Active DC Time, CS DC Time, Active Discharge Time, CS Discharge Time, Active Energy, CS Energy.
You can extract the battery history from your local computer, from remote computer on your network, and from external drive plugged to your computer.

Battery History Viewer

The BatteryHistoryView tool is available to download from this Web page.