Battery saver is a feature of Windows 10 designed to increase the battery life of your laptop or tablet. This mode activates automatically when the battery in your device is very low, but you can set this mode in the battery saver settings. This function is similar to the energy saving mode in Android. By default, it lights up when the battery level of the device is equal to or below 20% and the mode also changes automatically as soon as you have connected the device to the charging. Battery saver lowers the screen brightness, which saves battery power considerably, stops some apps in the background and turns off notifications This guide will show you how to use and configure Windows 10 battery saver mode.
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How to use and configure Windows 10 "Battery Saver" mode
How to activate Battery Saver
It's very simple when you want to activate the battery saving mode – you must click or press the battery icon in the taskbar =>, then click on the battery saving thumbnail next to the light. In the same way, you can deactivate this mode.
How to configure "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 deactivate or activate the automatic activation of the battery saving mode, as well as modify the percentage of the battery level at which the mode changes. You can turn off push notification from any application during this mode.
It is possible to turn off Reduce the screen brightness to battery saving mode, but this is a very good option, so it should be turned on.
You can add applications that can be run in the background and notifications can also be set for each application separately.
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