Turning off the screen in Windows 10 helps you avoid wasting energy or shortening the life of the screen. As mentioned, keeping the computer or laptop screen on for a long time will waste the laptop battery power or shorten the life of the screen. Fortunately, in Windows 10, like the Android operating system and the article “How to set the time for the Android screen to turn off automatically” there are settings to keep the screen on.
In this post, we are going to publish a tutorial on changing the screen off time in Windows 10 to prevent wastage and waste of laptop battery power and to prevent monitor and monitor wear.
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Learn how to change the screen off time in Windows 10
• We must first refer to the settings of Windows 10. Then click on the Start button and then select the Settings option. (You can also quickly access Windows 10 settings using Windows + I.)
In the window that opens, go to the System section.
In the new window, click on the Power & Sleep section from the sidebar.
• At this stage, if you have a laptop, the On Screen section has two options On battery power to set the screen to turn off when using the battery and When plugged in when using direct power. Click on these two options to set the shutdown time to open the drop-down menu. (Certainly if you are using a desktop computer, you will not see the On battery power option)
• Here you can set the screen of your computer or laptop to turn off after a few minutes of inactivity.
Keep in mind that turning off the screen is not the same as “Sleep”.
The computer is still on even when the screen is off, and you have to edit the Sleep option to put the computer to sleep.
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