A Plan of food is a set of hardware and system settings that manages how your computer uses power. Power management modes can help you save energy, optimize system performance, or achieve a balance between the two. In this article, we will show you how to restore the Energy saver, Balanced, High performance or Ultimate performance default power mode if it is missing in Windows 10.
Windows 10 includes the following default power management modes:
- Energy saver – Saves energy by reducing PC performance and screen brightness. If you use a laptop, this plan can help you get the most out of just charging the battery.
- Balanced – Provides optimal performance when you need it and saves energy when you do not use it. This is the best diet plan for most people.
- High performance – Maximizes the brightness of the screen and can increase PC performance. This plan uses a lot more energy, so your laptop's battery will not last that long between charges.
- Ultimate performance – Only available by default in the Windows 10 Pro for workstations edition. This plan offers optimal performance on high-end computers. It builds on the current high performance policy and goes even further to eliminate the micro-latencies associated with fine granularity feed management techniques. Insofar as the power scheme aims to reduce micro-latencies, it can have a direct impact on the hardware. and consume more energy than the default balanced plan. The Ultimate Performance power strategy is not available on battery powered systems.
Please note that changes made to a power plan will affect all users who have chosen the same power plan as the default active power scheme. All users (standard and administrator) will be able to modify the power plan settings.
Restore default power management modes by default in Windows 10
Press the Windows + R keys. In the Run dialog box, type cmd press Enter to call the command prompt.
Now, copy and paste the command below corresponding to the missing power plan that you want to restore in the command prompt, then press Enter.
powercfg -duplicatescheme a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a
powercfg -duplicatescheme 381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e
powercfg -duplicatescheme 8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c
powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61
You can now exit the command prompt and restart your PC.
That's all. Good calculation of TWC!