By Dervish / Last update January 4, 2022

Windows 11 has been launched for a short time, and many new laptops are pre-installed with the Windows 11 operating system. Although the interface and usage are very different from the habits of Windows 10 users in the past, they are even unaccustomed to them. It's pretty easy to use. However, users who use Windows 11 laptops should find a situation, that is, the charging display is weird. This is not a supernatural phenomenon, it is simply a bug.

Previously, Windows 11 laptop users have reported on various forums that when charging, how can the power be charged to more than 100%? But you are not alone, nor is it because your battery is extraordinary, flexible and stretchable. It's all because of a bug in Windows 11, which makes the charging percentage display problematic, instead of showing the correct charging progress as it should be.

In Windows 11 Insider version 22523, a fix to this problem has been introduced, so that the battery prompt tool no longer accidentally displays a percentage higher than 100%. At the same time, Microsoft has also dealt with several issues in Windows 11, including setting the situation in the application. Microsoft transitioned from the classic control panel to the settings to make the new applications run as smoothly as possible.

However, this new repair version is currently part of the Insider test plan and is only available to users who participate in the test plan to download and update. As for the official version, it will not be released to the public until the entire test is correct, and the operation is stable. There will definitely be many minor problems in the initial stage of the new system. This is completely expected. If you have already upgraded, of course you still have to be a little patient and wait for the system vendor to slowly solve all the problems.