Tech giant Microsoft launched its latest operating system Windows 10 with a new Energy Saver mode power option that will improve your laptop’s battery life. This feature works effectively especially when your battery level reaches a specified percentage and you aren’t carrying additional battery. In another situation when you don’t have access to power terminal, this Energy Saver mode will come to your rescue. Without taking much time, let’s go and see how to turn on the Energy Saver Mode in Windows 10. It’s very simple to do with some easy steps. Here is how:
Step 1: Get into the Power Options window
First, you access Power Menu by pressing Windows + X key. Then you choose More Power Options from there.
Step 2: Choose one of the power plan (Balanced, Power Saver or High performance), and click on Change plan settings link of that particular plan.
Step 3: Choose the Change advanced power settings link under Edit Plan Settings window
Step 4: When a new small Power Options window is launched on your screen, click on Energy Saver Settings option and then select Energy Saver on user away.
Step 5: From drop down menu, select Enable for On battery and/or Plugged in for what you want.
Step 6: Similarly, under Charge level, you choose the charger level you want Energy Saver mode to be automatically turned on.
Step 7: When you are over with the changes, tap on Ok to save your settings.
Done! That is how to enable Energy Saver mode in Windows 10. It is really simple, isn’t it? Now you have already known how to turn on the new power option to help conserve the battery when your battery level reaches a specified percentage. If you have any questions, please feel free to write comments below. Hope this work for you!