Microsoft is testing a new power saving feature in Windows 11 that will extend battery life. The user will be able to temporarily disable processes that consume the most energy and some inactive applications.

New power saving feature in Windows 11 will help extend battery life

Microsoft has begun testing a new power saving feature on a limited number of users. At the moment, it is only available to Canary Channel connoisseurs in a trial version, according to a Microsoft blog.

The feature will allow you to temporarily disable power-hungry processes such as email syncing, live tile updates, and unloading inactive apps from memory. This will extend the life of the battery.

The new power saving mode can be activated independently or set to activate automatically at a certain battery charge level.

It was previously known that Microsoft began shipping Windows 11 23H2 with the Copilot AI assistant. The company also intends to add this feature to the Windows 10 operating system in an upcoming update.


Kirill Bilyk

Source: RB

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