Windows 10 comes with lots of changes to the user interface. Most of them are intended to improve your interaction with the UI when you are using a touch screen. This trend started with Windows 8, however, in Windows 10, it has evolved further. Windows 10 features an extended Modern Settings app, which inherits almost all classic Control Panel options and settings. These changes should affect many other parts of the OS too, so even the battery indicator has been updated to be touchscreen friendly.
If you are someone who is on the bleeding edge of trying out new Windows 10 Technical Preview builds, you might have already installed Build 10049, from Windows Update. If you are running a laptop or some other mobile PC, you might have noticed the new battery indicator available in this build.
If you are interested in knowing, what else has changed in Windows 10, refer to this article: What’s new in Windows 10 build 10049.
What do you think about this new battery indicator? Share your opinion in the comments. Credits: Neowin.