Windows 10 Baterry Saver Setting Gets Improved UI
According to a recent leak, Microsoft has come with a new improvement for Windows 10. Battery Saver will help you to make better use of you battery so that you do not run out of battery on your device when you need it most.
This is not the first time we have heard about this feature, but in previous leaks it was revealed that it did not work properly. This time, Batter Saver has proven it can work as it was designed to. This feature allows users to limit the background activity so that battery life improves. According to a fresh update that was released
In other words, the functions of the operating system as well as the apps will be minimized. Most probably, the display will be dimmed as well since it uses more power than any other part of the computer.
Users can activate this feature manually or they can set it to turn on automatically once the battery charge has reached a certain percentage. All you have to do is go the Setting page, click on the option Automatic Rules and choose the percentage at which Battery Saver will turn on.For the moment, these are the two settings available on Windows 10 regarding Battery Saver. Maybe the next leaks will reveal more information.
Battery Saver is a feature that has been available on mobile devices for a long time, and the fact that Microsoft has decided to incorporate it in Windows 10 proves once again that the company has turned to its Windows Phone software to look for inspiration for Windows 10.
We are really curious to see how this feature will work out for early Windows 10 users, once the operating system gets officially released. It’s another feature borrowed from Windows Phone that will make the unified OS feel much, much more mobile.
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