This post shows students and new users the steps to turn Battery Saver on or off when using Windows 11. Battery Saver is a feature in Windows 11 that allows users to take full advantage of a low battery.
When you enable battery saver, Windows will disable some features, dim the screen, reduce background activity, and limit most system notifications. You’ll be able to get more work done while draining the remaining battery charge until it runs out.
By default, Battery Saver turns on automatically when the battery reaches 20% charge or less and turns off automatically when the computer is connected to a power source. However, you can manually adjust the time to conserve battery life, especially if you are away from a power source for an extended period of time.
The new Windows 11 comes with many new features and a new user desktop, including a centered start menu and taskbar, rounded corner windows, themes and colors that will make any computer look and feel modern.
If you’re excited about Windows 11, keep reading our posts about it.
To get started with Batter Saver in Windows 11, follow the steps below.
How to activate battery saver in Windows 11
As mentioned above, Battery Saver allows users to get the most out of a battery by disabling some features to extend the remaining battery time on a battery.
Here’s how to enable it.
Windows 11 has a centralized location for most of its setup applications. From system settings to creating new users and updating Windows, everything can be done from the System settings crystal.
To access the System Settings, you can use the Windows key + i shortcut or click Start ==> Settings as shown in the following picture: