1. Change the power plan to Balanced or High Performance instead of Power Saver.
3. Enable the system’s sleep mode after a specified period of inactivity.
4. Disable unused peripherals and devices that may be consuming power needlessly.
5. Adjust your computer’s CPU utilization settings to reduce processor workload and power consumption.
6. Make sure your computer uses energy-efficient components, such as an LED monitor.
7. Enable power management features like Wake on LAN, which will turn your computer on automatically when needed.
8. Update the BIOS and Drivers to their latest versions.