Albacore says Microsoft is planning to combine both power / power and battery pages in the future, but the solution isn't ready yet.
In case you are interested in trying this feature, you will first need to sign up for the Insider program and install the build 21313 or a later one on your PC. At the moment the build has been released to all Insiders of the development channel Dev.
Once the Insider build of Windows 10 is installed, as Bleeping Computer reminds, it will be sufficient to follow these steps to enable the new battery settings in Windows 10:
- Download ViveTool, which is used to enable hidden functions dedicated to developers in Windows 10. Once downloaded, extract the zip file.
- Open a command prompt with administrator privileges and move to the folder where you extracted ViveTool.
- Now type the following command (without quotes) and press enter "ViVeTool.exe addconfig 27296756 2"
- After entering the command, ViveTool will respond with "Successfully set feature configuration"
After following this short procedure, close the command prompt. Now you can see the new battery settings page.
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