Win10 insider build 21327 setting and battery display

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 Mine is like this:

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  And I didn't install any third-party app which can change my display.

How can I change them to the normal ones?

Thanks very much!

 
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Hi @mikezhuang 

Would you like to Submit feedback here to let the developers know if things weren’t working the way you expected?

Read more: https://blogs.windows.com/windows-insider/2021/03/03/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-213...

Regards,

@Mr_Trust_A 

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@Mr_Trust_A wrote:

Hi @mikezhuang 

Would you like to Submit feedback here to let the developers know if things weren’t working the way you expected?

Read more: https://blogs.windows.com/windows-insider/2021/03/03/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-213...

Regards,


There is nothing in that link about battery or anything that OP is referring to.

@mikezhuang 

Hi,

what you are seeing is Zac, using some unconventional tools to get access to that battery display feature and is Not ready yet as of now.

when it's ready, Microsoft will officially introduce it in a blog post. stay tuned

 

Hi
Thanks very much.
This video from Zac is introducing build21327, and I have used the features before.
Are u using this build? How your display goes?
Hi,
yes I'm using the same build but I don't forcefully enable those features. it might corrupt the logs your system sends, so i suggest let it come naturally :)
good news: I downgraded my win10 from enterprise to pro. Then everything came back to normal!
Nice,
how did you manage to downgrade?

I just looked up at a Chinese website--Zhihu  https://www.zhihu.com/question/381749808  (Just like Quora in America)

 

 

It says:Here is the procedure if you have one:-> Open the Settings app and click Update & Security.-> Open Activation and click Change product key.-> Enter your Windows 10 Professional product key and click Next.-> Restart the computer after the new product key is activated.You can always force a downgrade with the default product keyVK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66TBut then you will have to activate your machine with your own key later, since your windows 10 will not be activated.

 

The person who answer the question says this way is from Anerican Microsoft website

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