“Battery Saver” is a feature in Windows 10 designed to increase the battery life of your laptop or tablet. This mode automatically activates when the battery of your device is very low, but you can adjust this mode in “Battery saver” settings. This function is similar to the power-saving mode in Android. By default, it turns on when the battery level of the device is 20% or lower and the mode also automatically switching off as soon as you connected the device to charge. “Battery Saver” decreases the brightness of the screen, which significantly saves the battery, stops some background apps and disables notifications… This guide will show you how to use and configure Windows 10’s “Battery Saver” Mode.
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How to use and configure Windows 10’s “Battery Saver” Mode
How to enable “Battery Saver”
It’s very simple when you want to turn on “Battery Saver” mode – you need to click or tap on the battery icon on the taskbar => and then click on the tile “Battery Saver” next to brightness. In the same way, you can turn off this mode.
How to set up “Battery saver”
You can choose when the “Battery saver” activates and other settings by clicking on Start => Settings => System => Battery Saver => Battery saver Settings. In this window, you can disable or enable automatic turn on of “Battery Saver” mode, also change the percentage of battery level at which the mode switches. You can disable Push-notification of any application during this mode.
It is possible to turn off “Lower screen brightness while in “battery saver” but it is a very good option so this should be enabled.
You can add applications that are allowed to run in the background and also notifications is possible o set for every app separately.
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