Show Battery Percentage: In this article, we will explain you how to show battery percentage in the top bar on Ubuntu 18.04 & 19.10 systems. By default, Ubuntu will not show the battery percentage on your system and there is no predefined option to enable the battery percentage. To achieve this, you just need to install the utility “Ubuntu Tweaks” on your Ubuntu 19.10 version.
- Install Ubuntu Tweaks on Ubuntu System
- Launch Ubuntu Tweaks
- Enable Battery Percentage using Ubuntu Tweaks
Install Ubuntu Tweaks on Ubuntu System:
Follow the instructions and command we mentioned below to install the Ubuntu Tweaks on your Ubuntu system.
The above command will update all your installed apps and Ubuntu base.
The above command will add the repository on your Ubuntu 19.10 system.
The above command will help you to install the Ubuntu Tweaks utility on your Ubuntu 18.04 and 19.10 systems.
In a few seconds, the installation process will be completed.
Launch Ubuntu Tweaks:
Once the installation process finished you can find the Gnome Tweak utility in All Apps Menu.
Tap on the icon to launch the Gnome Tweaks tools on your Ubuntu system.
Enable Battery Percentage using Ubuntu Tweaks:
Now follow the below steps to show the battery percentage:
- Go to the “Top Bar” option
- By default, the “Battery Percentage” option is disabled.
- You need to enable the option to show the battery percentage on your Ubuntu PC
- Instantly, the battery percentage will appear in the Top Bar on your Ubuntu 19.10 system.
This is the only way to enable the battery percentage on your Ubuntu 19.10 desktop systems.
That’s it, folks. As we said, we explained the method to enable battery percentage on your Ubuntu 18.04 & 19.10 Desktop and Laptop systems. If you have any queries related to this topic and then feel free to comment us below.
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