Yes, you can adjust the advanced power settings in the Windows Control Panel.
Advanced power settings are used to manage how your computer consumes power. These settings can help you save energy and optimize your computer’s performance. Advanced power settings help you control things such as when your computer goes into sleep mode, when it hibernates, or when it runs in low power mode.
The Windows Control Panel is the main access point for changing these settings. To access the advanced power settings, open the Control Panel by clicking the Start menu and typing “Control Panel” into the search box. When the Control Panel window opens, click “Hardware and Sound” and then “Power Options”. This will open up a screen with a overview of your current power settings. Click the link which says “Change plan settings” and then “Change advanced power settings”.
At this point the Advanced Power Options window will open up, showing the categories and settings associated with power management. You can drill down into the categories to change more specific settings. For example, if you want to change when your computer goes into sleep mode after being idle, you could change the setting for “Sleep/Hibernate->Sleep->System idle timeout”. Here you have the option of setting the number of minutes of inactivity before the computer goes into sleep mode.
You can also customize the power plans available to you. To do this, go back to the Power Options screen, then click “Create a power plan”. Here you can create a new power plan, with settings that match your particular needs.
Once you’ve made all the changes you want to make, remember to click “Save Changes” to apply your settings.
In summary, you can adjust the advanced power settings in the Windows Control Panel in order to customize the way your computer uses power. You can set specific timeouts for sleep mode, and even create your own power plans with settings that match your needs. Be sure to save your changes when you’re done.