A higher screen time means your battery can deliver more juice in a single charge. Before proceeding further, do note that the feature is only available for battery-powered devices, which includes laptops and tablets.
Step 1: Open the Settings application on your Windows 11 computer.
Step 2: Now, on the System page, click on the “Power & Battery” option.
Step 3: In the Power & Battery option, click on the “Battery Usage” drop-down menu.
That’s it. You can now check the Windows 11 battery stats, including the Screen On, Screen off, and Standby hours. The golden leaf on the bar graph indicates power-saving mode and the plug icon indicates when the charger was connected to the system.