Collecting and visualizing Windows 10 Energy Estimation Engine (E3) data with "powercfg /srumutil" and Excel
In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Jorge Novillo take a look at the Energy Estimation Engine (E3) in Windows, and how to use it to get detailed information about battery usage.
Note: In addition to viewing data from a single device, as demonstrated in the video, an OEM, during device pre-production, or an enterprise IT administrator could create domain scripts to generate and collect E3 SRUMUTIL logs on a daily or weekly basis and collect the information in a database. This would allow the OEM or enterprise to analyze energy usage data from devices, and identify opportunities to improve battery life on their Windows images.
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