Generally if you use a device that has a battery such as a laptop, Windows will detect the battery driver and there will be a battery indicator that appears on the screen system trays.
Now, one of the features that must exist on the operating system used on laptop devices is the battery saver, which is the same as in Windows 10 of course this feature is also present in Windows 11, because even though at this time the new device is designed to be on for a long time because of the size of the device. and a processor designed to save power, battery saver is very useful to increase battery life in emergency conditions.
To improve battery performance by using Battery Saver, WinPoin has tips, namely How to Set Battery Saver in Windows 11.
Okay just go ahead, here are the steps.
Step 1. First please open Settings > System > Power & Battery.
Step 2. Next scroll down and on the battery saver, make sure you resize the percentage when battery saver will be active, the default is 20%, but my recommendation is to at least set it to 30% so that the time lag until the battery runs out is still quite a lot.
Next, here are other tips, make sure the options are also lower screen brightness when using battery saver you set to on.
So that’s how to set the battery saver in Windows 11, another trick so that your device has more battery life, please set it background apps like in the tutorial following.
Any other tips? comment below guys.
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