You can enable the battery saver mode if you want to get the most out of every minute of power on Windows 11. Battery Saver is a magnificent Windows power-saving mode that squeezes more lifetime out of your battery by reducing your screen brightness, dimming background activity, and limiting notification that comes on your Windows 11 screen.
It is almost similar to the “Low Power Mode” on iPhone and “Battery Saver” mode on android.
By default, Battery Saver mode enables automatically when your battery reaches 20% power or less than that. But it can be sorted out in Windows settings. Here’s how:
Click on Windows Start Menu and search for settings and open the results, or you can use keyboard shortcuts Windows+I, to do so quickly.
Now, click on the “System” in the sidebar and select “Power & Battery.”
Next, scroll down a bit and click on the “Turn On Now” button right next to the “Battery Saver” option.
Battery Saver will turn on simultaneously. To turn it off again, click the “Turn Off Now” button.
Plus, on this windows screen, you can also choose the percentage of your battery saver to enable itself by using the “Turn battery saver on automatically at.”
These options also include “Always” for keeping the battery saver on permanently and “Never” to disable it completely.