Configure Windows 10 to Shut Down the Device on Low Battery
Windows 10 has been optimized for longer battery life, and Microsoft has been focused particularly on making the operating system and the apps that come with it as power efficient as possible.
For instance, the company has praised Microsoft Edge’s low battery impact on several occasions, claiming that this is what sets the browser apart from the rest of the industry.
While we all know how everything ended up for Microsoft Edge, being a battery-friendly application is critical these days, especially as more and more users choose to work on the go without a nearby power source.
As expected, Windows 10 lets users keep an eye on the battery level, and provide notifications whenever they get close to the moment the device needs to be plugged in.
Like its predecessors, Windows 10 comes with several policies that make it possible to configure battery notifications, and even set up the operating system to automatically sleep, hibernate, or even shut down the device when … (read more)