In this article, we’ll show you how to turn on or off the battery saver in Windows 11. Battery saver is a Windows 11 feature that allows users to get the most out of a low-battery situation.
When you enable battery saver, Windows disables some features, reduces background activity, and disables most system notifications. With these precautions in place, you’ll be able to get more work done with the battery’s remaining charge until it runs out.
Battery Saver is set to turn on automatically when your battery reaches 20% power or less, and to turn off automatically when the computer is connected to a power source. However, if you’re going to be away from a power source for an extended period of time, you can manually adjust the time to save battery life.
Many new features and a new user desktop are included in Windows 11, including a centered Start menu and taskbar, rounded corner windows, themes, and colors that make any computer look and feel modern. Follow the steps below to get started with Batter Saver on Windows 11.
How to enable battery saver on Windows 11
As previously stated, battery saver allows users to get the most out of a battery by disabling some features in order to extend the battery’s remaining life.
The majority of the settings app in Windows 11 is centralized. The System Settings pane allows you to do everything from changing system settings to adding new users and updating Windows.
You can use the Windows key + I shortcut or go to Start > Settings to get to System Settings. Alternatively, you can use the taskbar’s search box to look for Settings. After that, choose to open it.
The image below shows how the Windows Settings pane should look. Select Power & battery on the right pane of your screen in Windows Settings, as shown in the image below.
Click the Turn on now button under Battery in the Power & battery settings pane.
The battery saver will turn on immediately, ensuring that you get the most out of your battery.
How to Disable battery saver on Windows 11
If you change your mind about using Windows 11’s battery saver and want to disable it, simply reverse the steps above by going to the Start menu > Settings > System > Power & battery and clicking the Turn off now button as shown below.