Windows 10 Tutorials 51 – How to Enable Energy Saver Mode

Welcome to our series of tutorials on the upcoming Microsoft Windows 10.

In this tutorial you will learn about the Energy Saver mode in Windows 10.

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On a single charge the battery of you laptop can last only for few hours. When you do not have access to power terminal and you are not carrying additional battery, the Windows 10 Energy Saver mode will come to your rescue.

How to enable Energy Saver mode in Windows 10:

  • Press Windows + X key to access Power Menu and select Power Options from there.
  • Choose one of the power plan (Balanced, Power Saver or High performance) click Change plan settings next to it.


  • Now select Change advanced power settings.
  • In Power Options scroll down and expand Energy Saving settings.
  • Here you will find two sub options: Energy Saver on user away and Charge level.
  • Under Energy Saver on user away select Enable from drop down list.
  • Similarly under Charge level select the charge level at which Energy Saver mode is to be enabled.
  • Press Ok to apply the changes.


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