Guide
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Set up the basic parameters of your laptop battery.To do this, go to the "Start" menu, then "Control Panel" and go to "Power".Pay attention to the side tabs in the "Power Options": they can set up power plans, warning signals on the state of the battery, sleep mode for energy saving, and more.
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Go to the tab "Power Schemes."By default, the computer is configured to turn off the monitor and the hard drive after every 15 minutes of inactivity.We must think about whether it is suitable to you.It all depends on how long you leave the workplace during the day.This will help conserve battery power and its "viability" in the longer term
, however, certainly do not need to set this parameter is set to "Never."
3
Customize tab, sound alerts, which should inform the low battery.For example, by default, the computer will sound an alert message when the charge is reduced to 13%, and automatically goes into sleep mode after reaching 4%.Be sure to select the options you want to avoid inadvertent switching off the notebook, if you ever forget it in time to charge.
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tab tuning system.Here you will find 3 different power distribution: "Balanced," "High Performance" and "Saving energy".Select a suitable, depending on the intensity of use of the notebook.Also here you can set a couple of additional options for configuring power.If you want your computer requests a username and password, as it exits the power saving mode, you can fill in the appropriate fields.You can also change the icon display of power on the taskbar so you can see how much battery you have left.
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Select what actions to take should a laptop when you close the lid: turn off or go to sleep.From this also depends on how quickly consumes battery charging.By default, this is accompanied by a dive into standby mode, which still retains a certain time of operation of the device, and off only by pressing the power button, but you can modify it as you wish.