Battery manager software

Hi garuda team,
Is there any software which shows how much time spend on battery when it is unplugged , (similar to some kind of windows which shows time speed on battery after last charge.)?

if yes, pls tell the name of that app?

Yes.

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One source to peruse. List of applications - ArchWiki
And another. AUR (en) - Packages

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Hi team,
I am not able to reply on thread that i created recently on topic battery manager software .
so i writing this again
Is there any software which shows how much time spend on battery when it is unplugged , (similar to some kind of windows which shows time speed on battery after last charge.)?

if yes, pls tell the name of that app also ?

sry for this @BluishHumility

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Please, we shouldn't have to nag you to include the basic information on every post.

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Try the "Battery and Brightness" widget.

  • Right click on your desktop -> “Enter Edit Mode”
  • On your taskbar click the “Configure” -> “Add Widget”.
  • Search for “Battery and Brightness”, double click and move the widget to the taskbar.
  • Close the edit menu.

It should show battery time remaining when you hover over the icon in the taskbar.

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thank you for this but i know this .
I have different concern .
i want to show some gui or any other which show how many time u spend on battery something to similar to windows

Maybe ibam ? AUR (en) - ibam
Info here: https://ibam.sourceforge.net/
You might be able to -plot it the way you want.

Sorry that I can not test it for you as I do not have a laptop.

To install it open up Konsole and type:
paru -S ibam
enter "Y" to review. Then hit "Q" to exit the review. Then "Y" to install.

After it is installed you should be able to look at a simple graph with typing ibam -plot into Konsole. Additional commands can be seen by looking at the help for ibam from putting ibam -h into Konsole.

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