Alright, wouldn't BatteryLifeTime, and BatteryFullTime be apart of WMI? I know these are the member I need to use, although I don't know how to implement them into my code correctly. (I sadly can't even seem to find a download)
Maybe I'm exploding with newbiness, in any case, thank you for taking my a step ahead.
Also, I have attempted to use the SYSTEM_POWER_STATUS, here is my code.
using namespace std;
cout << pwr.BatteryLifeTime << endl;
cout << pwr.BatteryFullLifeTime << endl;
cout << pwr.BatteryLifePercent << endl;
When my battery is at 69%..
There are two issues, 20923/4294967295!=.69
and "E" instead of an integral value from 1-100. (FIXED)
Even with this resolved, my ultimate issue of trying to find a more precise battery reading remains.