For Windows 11 Insiders (Build 26002), Microsoft is introducing a new energy-saving mode that “extends and enhances” the current battery-saving option. You may use energy savers on both laptops and desktops to reduce power consumption; the new method isn’t exclusive to laptops like battery savers.
Microsoft Is Testing a Windows 11 Energy Saver Mode:
Microsoft Is Testing a Windows 11 Energy Saver Mode https://t.co/2SEXNYmZKW
— PCMag (@PCMag) November 30, 2023
In addition to working with laptops and desktop computers (even when they are plugged in), the energy saver is comparable to the battery saver mode. The new feature might be helpful for energy conservation, but it comes at the cost of “trading off some system performance,” so gamers might not want to use it.
Microsoft has started testing a new energy saver mode in Windows 11 that’s designed to work for both desktop PCs and laptops:
Microsoft has started testing a new energy saver mode in Windows 11 that’s designed to work for both desktop PCs and laptops 🙏 https://t.co/iGQmK4QdnF
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) November 29, 2023
You can modify energy saving by going to System> Power > Energy Saver in the Settings menu, or you can enable it from the Quick Settings menu. You can choose to manually initiate the feature or program it to begin operating automatically when the battery percentage hits a predetermined level.
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The energy-saving mode rollout is already underway for Windows 11 Insiders on the Canary channel. If you are not able to get this build, you can still use Windows 11’s built-in power saver feature.
The System’s energy suggestions feature makes adjustments to settings like screen brightness automatically to optimize power usage so that you may optimize your power consumption even more.