Windows 10 beta testers will also see some quality-of-life improvements. Microsoft recently introduced a new version of the Eco mode to improve battery life and reduce CPU thermal throttling. So, let’s find out how to enable Eco mode in Windows 10 without any delay. So if your computer has been lagging or slowing down recently, this feature will definitely help you. Today, we Are going to Share a little bit of knowledge about “How to Enable Eco Mode for Apps on Windows 10”.
Eco mode will lower process priority and improve power efficiency but may cause instability for certain processes.
Eco Mode is an experimental feature on Windows 10, aiming to improve battery life and thermal performance, primarily on laptops. It restricts apps and processes that are significantly hogging system resources in the background. There are times when you are reading an article online with only one tab open, but the system goes rogue all of a sudden, and the fans start spinning at max speed. It happens mainly because other apps start eating the system resources for activities that may not be necessary at that moment.
How to Enable or Disable Eco Mode for Apps on Windows 10
It should be noted that Eco mode is only available for Windows Insiders who have built 21364 or higher, and in the coming months, it will be available to stable users.
1. First open the Task Manager by clicking on the right side of the Taskbar, with the shortcut ‘Ctrl + Shift + Esc’.
2. Now, If you want enabled Eco mode for any app, you can right-click on App to enable or disable it.
3. The next step is to enable the Eco Mode by clicking the ‘Turn on Eco Mode‘ button in the pop-up window.