battop is an interactive viewer, similar to
htop and other *top utilities,
- Cross-platform (Linux, MacOS, FreeBSD and DragonflyBSD are supported and Windows is on the way)
- Supports multiple batteries in case your notebook have them
- It is free
- Usually it just works!
battop is backed by a Rust crate battery
which provides unified cross-platform information about system batteries.
Check it out, if you want to gather the same information for your application!
Install package from AUR with your favorite AUR helper:
$ yay -S battop
Clone the repo and run
$ cargo build --release
Prebuilt binaries for Linux, FreeBSD and MacOS can be downloaded from the GitHub releases page.
Simply running the
battop command in your terminal should do the thing.
Left and right arrows can be used to switch between different system batteries (if available).
battop -h command to see the additional available options.
battop is double-released under the Apache License, Version 2.0 or the MIT License.
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