Adjusting the battery settings in Windows 10 is an easy and straightforward process. To adjust your battery settings, you will first need to open the Windows Settings menu.
To do this, press the Start button on your keyboard or click the Windows logo in the bottom left corner of your screen. This should bring up a list of various applications and system settings.
At the top of the list, you should see a cog wheel icon labelled “Settings”. Click on this icon to open the Windows Settings window.
Once you have opened the Windows Settings window, click on the “System” tab located on the left side of the window. This will open up a list of various system options, such as display, notifications, and power & sleep.
Click the “Power & Sleep” tab, which is the third option on the list. This will open up a page with different settings for how your computer handles sleep, hibernation, and power usage.
At the top of the page, you will see a section titled “Battery”. In this section, you can adjust the amount of time before your computer goes into sleep mode whenever it is running on battery power. You can also adjust how long the computer should remain asleep when running on battery power.
To the right of these settings, you will also find a drop-down menu with options for how your computer should react when its battery gets very low. You can choose from several options such as “Do Nothing”, “Hibernate”, “Shut Down”, and “Sleep”.
Once you’ve finished making changes to the battery settings, click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom of the window. Your changes will be saved and applied to your computer automatically.
Adjusting the battery settings in Windows 10 is a simple and straightforward process. By taking a few moments to adjust your settings, you can ensure that your computer is operating in an energy-efficient manner while still giving you the performance you need.