Power options in Windows can be managed via the Control Panel. To access the Power Options:
1. Click on Start and select Control Panel.
2. Select Hardware and Sound.
3. Select Power Options.
From here, you can adjust your power settings to best suit your needs. You can select a pre-configured Power Plan (such as Balanced or Power Saver) or you can create a Custom Plan to customize various settings such as display dimming, sleep settings, system cooling, processor performance and more.
The Power Plan settings are divided into three categories; Computer/Device Sleep, Display and Power Buttons, and Lid Close Actions.
Computer/Device Sleep enables you to manage when your computer will go into sleep mode. The settings in this area allow you to specify how long your computer should wait before it goes into sleep mode and what happens when it does enter sleep mode. This includes setting when the hard disk should turn off and whether your computer should wake up from sleep mode when particular activities occur (such as a mouse or keyboard activity).
The settings in the Display category allow you to manage when your display turns off after it is inactive for a certain period of time. This can help you conserve energy and increase the power lifespan of your display. You can also choose to have your display dimmed rather than turning off entirely by setting the dimmed monitor timeout.
The Power Buttons and Lid Close Action settings enable you to specify what should happen when you press the power button or close the lid of your laptop. This could include putting the computer into sleep mode or simply shutting down the computer.
In addition to the options mentioned above, there are also advanced options available to adjust various power settings under the Advanced Settings tab. This includes settings to manage the system cooling, processor performance, awake timers, USB ports and more. Make sure you look at these settings carefully before making any changes as they can affect the power usage and performance of your computer.
By using the Power Options in the Control Panel, you can easily manage your power settings to ensure you are making the most out of your computing experience.