In the Windows Control Panel, you can adjust your power settings to conserve energy and help reduce your electricity costs. To adjust the power settings in the Control Panel, follow these steps:
1. Open the Control Panel. You can do this by pressing Windows+R and typing “control” in the Run dialog box.
2. Click on the System click on Power Options.
3. On the Power Options screen, you can adjust your power settings for your computer.
4. In the left pane, select the power plan that best suits your needs. If you want to tailor the plan to your specific needs, select the “Change plan settings” option next to the power plan.
5. Next, you will be presented with a list of power settings that you can adjust. The settings fall into two categories: system settings and display settings. The system settings include options for sleep and hibernation, hard disk power management, processor power management, and wireless adapter settings. The display settings allow you to control the brightness of your screen as well as when it turns off.
6. Select the options you want for each of the power settings and click “Save changes” at the bottom of the page. Your power settings will now be applied.
You can also adjust your power settings from the Windows Desktop. Go to the Start Menu and select Settings > System > Power & Sleep. From the Power & Sleep page, you can adjust the sleep settings, display settings, and more.
Adjusting your power settings in the Windows Control Panel is an effective way to save energy and money. With just a few clicks, you can customize your computer’s power settings to make sure it’s running at peak efficiency.