Battery percentage is an important aspect of mobile devices, laptops, and other battery-powered electronic devices. It tells us how much energy the battery has , which is crucial in determining how long the device will last before needing to be recharged.
In this blog post, we will see how to get battery percent information in Windows using Python.
Using the psutil Library
The psutil library is a comprehensive library for retrieving information about the system and processes running on it. It provides a simple and straightforward way to access the battery percent information in Windows.
Here is an example code that demonstrates how to use psutil to get the battery percent information in Windows:
import psutil battery = psutil.sensors_battery() print("Battery Capacity:", battery.percent)
In the code above, we first import the psutil library. Then, we use the sensors_battery() function to get the battery capacity information.
This function returns a sensors_battery object, which contains several properties that provide information about the battery, such as the percent, power plugged, and others. In the above example, we print the percent of the battery.