How to check Bluetooth battery level on Windows 11

Yes, it's possible to check the battery level of the Bluetooth devices on Windows 11 using the Settings app — here's how.

Windows 11 Bluetooth battery level
Windows 11 Bluetooth battery level
  • To check the Bluetooth battery level on Windows 11, open Settings > Bluetooth & devices and confirm the battery level on the devices. Alternatively, you can open the “Devices” page to a list of all your Bluetooth peripherals with the battery level information.

On Windows 11, if you connect Bluetooth devices like mice, keyboards, headphones, headsets, and speakers, you usually check their software or indicator on the peripheral to check their battery level.

However, on Windows 11, it’s also possible to check the battery level through the Settings app as long as the Bluetooth device supports the feature.

In this guide, you will learn the steps to check the battery level of your Bluetooth mouse, keyboard, headphones, and other devices on Windows 11.

Check Bluetooth battery level on Windows 11

To check the battery level of your compatible Bluetooth devices, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings on Windows 11.

  2. Click on Bluetooth & devices.

  3. Confirm the battery level of a recently connected Bluetooth device.

    Bluetooth settings with battery indicator

  4. (Optional) Click the “View more device” option or the “Devices” setting.

  5. Check the battery level indicator on the right side for the Bluetooth device.

    Bluetooth check battery level

The battery level will update every time the computer and Bluetooth peripherals are connected. If you don’t see the indicator, the device likely doesn’t support this feature.

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