You can accomplish this task in several ways. You’ll also learn how to create a Power Options shortcut here. Let’s begin.
In the notification area, right-click the “Battery” icon. Select “Power Options.”
Using the powercfg.cpl command, you can open Power Options in Windows 10, and you can use this command in the following programs:
- Run Command
- File Explorer address bar
- Task Manager (Hit File > Run new task option to use the command)
Open the Settings app. Click System > Power & sleep.
Note: Hit the “Additional power settings” link to view all the options of Power Options.
Double-click “powercfg.cpl” in the System32 folder.
Note: Hit the “Additional power settings” link to see all the options of Power Options.
Go to the Start menu and type power options. Now you’ll see “Power & sleep settings.” Click it.
Note: To see all the options of Power Options, hit the “Additional power settings” link.
Open the Control Panel. Click Hardware & Sound > Power Options if you’re in the Category view. Otherwise, click “Power Options.”
Create a Power Options Shortcut in Windows 10
Create a Power Options shortcut on your Windows 10 desktop or File Explorer by following the steps below.
Right-click on the blank area of the desktop or File Explorer.
Hover your mouse over “New” in the context menu.
Type powercfg.cpl in the “Create Shortcut” pop-up. Click the “Next” button.
If you do not like the shortcut name suggested, give another name.
Click on the “Finish” button.
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