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Saving batteries in Windows 10

Saving batteries in Windows 10

Considering the huge number of versatile devices that are currently on the market, the majority of users think about what to buy a laptop or other portable device that would be able to fully work anywhere. Here, more often than not, this is not the problem of choosing a particular device, but the ability to use it for a longer period of time offline - without connecting to the network. That's why, at the moment, battery saving in Windows 10 - is probably one of the most topical issues that is constantly being considered by various Microsoft development groups and provides average users in this area with a huge number of different customization options. OS But no matter how it was there, and among the whole variety, it is worth highlighting one of the main options that is directly related to the software component of the system and therefore is more practical than its counterparts... This article will tell you about this system setting.

What are some ways to save battery in Windows 10?

As it was already written above, there are a huge number of ways, but among the main ones, you should definitely select only a couple:

  • "Manual".
  • "Automatic".

In the first case, everything is very simple: at the same time we press the buttons on the keyboard “Win + A” -> we get into the window of the “Action Center” application -> we start searching for the icon with the very explicit name “Saving of charge”, if the icon is found, then once we click paint it.

It would seem that you just spent only a few seconds of your time and visually, nothing has changed in the OS... But if you drop a little deeper and delve into the internal processes of the system, then it will immediately become clear that the actions you just performed Disabling a certain number of background applications and now, Windows 10 operating system operates in a mode with fewer loads on it.

In the second case, the configuration process will be more complicated, but the final result will be completely different for you: in this case, you cannot do without the Settings panel -> navigate to the System section -> go to the Battery application -> we begin to dive into the section “Saving of Charge” -> we produce a search for a huge functional item “Automatically switch on saving of charge at battery level below” and right here, you will need to check this item in front of this item -> use the switch to “Save Charge” -> setThe percentage of battery charge at which the “Battery Saving in Windows 10” mode should become active.

Of course, it is not necessary to say that this method is simpler, but with all this, it should be attributed to the most advanced system settings, since in this case, the practicality of this method will be hidden in what is not needed in time to perform various manipulations with the settings of the system in order to “stretch” the battery charge for a longer period of time, because everything will be activated automatically.

How to disable battery saving in Windows 10?

If you figure out how to activate the "economy mode", then it's time to consider the situation in which, the same mode, you need to "turn off". This action may be required if you have a need to complete the OS, even though the battery will be discharged much faster...

The shutdown process proceeds as follows: go to the place where we can go to the “Action Center” panel -> find “Saving Charge” -> perform one click on this item.

Also, an alternative way to adjust the system’s power consumption may be to access the “Battery” panel -> “State of charge saving until the next charge” (there is a switch that must be moved to the appropriate position). This setting will instantly turn off the "economy" mode when the device is connected to the network.

Extra battery saves in Windows 10

If you have already completed all the above system settings, but this is not enough for you, or you don’t want to do anything of the above, but the “economy” continues to interest you, then in this case, you should better pay attention to the brightness of the monitor screen. energy consumption is not the last place, which means that you need to: go to the “Battery” panel -> find “Decrease the screen brightness in charge saving mode” and right here, make small manipulations with the settings.

Thus, the brightness of the monitor screen can be manipulated in different directions, and this is very practical, especially this setting can be automatically “tied” to the above settings. Thus, as soon as battery saving in Windows 10 is activated, the monitor screen will immediately lower its power consumption and become dimmer.

We hope that we were able to explain to you as much as possible about what needs to be set up in the “top ten” so that it becomes much better than it was before this point.