Select the, power Plan to apply.
Manage Windows.1 Power Settings, plan B: Search Settings, call for the Charms, Winkey.Finding the Power switch in the Metro UI is a little different from the classic Windows 7 start menu.All Windows computers offer three power plans, and they each have different settings for when the computer sleeps.Finding the Sleep and Hibernate Settings.Note: Although you can make changes to the Power Plan using the method described here, we think its easier (and a best practice) for Windows.1 and Windows 10 users to learn to make the changes in Settings, which is detailed next.Tap or click PC and devices, then select click Power and sleep.You should see the Power switch at the bottom right - see screenshot.The sleep and hibernation settings in Windows.1 offer a lot of options.
Before you start changing the Power settings consider what you want to achieve, for example, conserving the battery, changing the Power Button options, altering the wake-up triggers, or simply improving security when you are away from the machine.
Use the following steps to adjust the settings for when the display will power off and when your computer will go to sleep.My favorite method is activating the Metro 'Charms' with Winkey c, then choosing 'Settings'.So it follows that people experience a wide range of hibernating related problems.Microsoft provides four methods of finding the Windows.1 Power Settings: Plan A: Control Panel, hit the 'c' key on the Metro UI, Select 'Control Panel'.Metro Charms to Power Button, the Difference Between Windows.1 Hibernate and Sleep.Balanced is the default and is often the best option for general users, as it is neither too restrictive or too limiting.The first thing to realize about Windows.1's sleep and hibernation is there are lots of settings.Powercfg -q (Query settings) powercfg -h on, plan D: (Only if you have battery!).At the command prompt type powercfg /?Figure 2: Choose a Power Plan to quickly change Sleep settings.One way to quickly change Sleep settings it to choose one of these plans.
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