How to Display Battery Percentage in Ubuntu 22.04 System Tray

Running Ubuntu laptop without power supply? It’s wise to keep an eye on the battery percentage. And, here’s how to make Ubuntu 22.04 display the info in top-right corner just besides the battery icon. Method 1: Single command toggle display battery percentage For those OK with Linux commands, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open… Continue reading How to Display Battery Percentage in Ubuntu 22.04 System Tray

This Indicator Shows Laptop’s Battery Health in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.10

Want to check your laptop battery status in Ubuntu or other Linux? There’s a small indicator applet that can do the job in GNOME desktop. “Battery Status” is the free and open-source indicator applet developed by Lorenzo Carbonell, a software developer behind touchpad-indicator and my weather indicator. It displays an icon on GNOME top bar… Continue reading This Indicator Shows Laptop’s Battery Health in Ubuntu 20.04, 21.10

Quick Tip: Show Battery Percentage in Ubuntu 17.10 Gnome panel

After moving to Ubuntu 17.10 Gnome Desktop, you may find that some handy indicator applet switches has gone. One of them is that neither ‘Settings’ nor ‘Gnome Tweaks’ show options to enable battery percentage in top panel. Also there’s no options to configure the date and time display settings in the center of the top… Continue reading Quick Tip: Show Battery Percentage in Ubuntu 17.10 Gnome panel

Battery Monitor – Notify Charging, Discharging, Fully Charged Status

Battery Monitor is a simple tool written in Python3 and PyGTK3. It notifies battery status of charging, discharging, fully charged through desktop notifications. When the battery is below 10%, it plays a sound and pops up a notification bubble. No command typing on terminal, no extra indicator, the tool just pop notifications when the battery… Continue reading Battery Monitor – Notify Charging, Discharging, Fully Charged Status

Ubuntu 14.04 Tip: Show Battery Percentage & Time Remaining On Panel

This quick tip is going to show you how to display your laptop’s battery percentage and time remaining to Ubuntu 14.04 panel. So that your system tray area battery icon will look like this: This can be done easily by doing a little changes through dconf Editor, install it via Software Center if you don’t… Continue reading Ubuntu 14.04 Tip: Show Battery Percentage & Time Remaining On Panel