Change Battery Saving Options in Windows 10
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The first thing that we need to do is click on the lower-left hand corner of the screen.
Then, we click "Settings".
Now, we need to click "System".
Then, we click "Battery saver".
To change the options, we need to scroll down the right side of the window.
We click "Battery saver settings".
We will have several options. First of all, there will be "Turn battery saver on automatically if my battery falls below". In this video, it is set to 20%.
If we want to disable "Turn battery saver on automatically if my battery falls below", we need to simply uncheck it.
If we want to enable "Turn battery saver on automatically if my battery falls below", we need to leave it checked and change the percentage.
For example, let's make it 15%.
The next thing is "Allow push notifications from any app while in battery saver".
To save a little more power, we can uncheck it.
The next thing is "Lower screen brightness while in battery saver".
We can check or uncheck it.
The next thing is "Always allowed" applications.
The option means that if the computer is in battery-saving mode, the added applications will not be turned off.
To add an application, we need to click the plus sign.
Now, we can add the applications.
For example let's go ahead and add Calendar. We need to click it.
Then, we click "Add".
Calendar will be added. We set the settings according to our preference.
We can close the "Settings" window.
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Video: Change Battery Saving Options in Windows 10
Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Lukward Thomason