CMD commands to control power settings under Windows, with examples?
There are commands to control the power settings under Windows, it makes sense if you want to change them by batch file!
Here are a few examples, or a solution, how you can easily use this!
You can use powercfg /a to see the sleep and standby states that your Windows computer supports!
Disable hibernation using the command: powercfg.exe /hibernate off
Enable Hibernation with the command: powercfg.exe /hibernate of
C:\Windows\System32>powercfg.exe /hibernate off
C:\Windows\System32>powercfg.exe /hibernate on
The following command generates a Windows Power report!
C:\Windows\System32> powercfg /energie
You can use the powercfg /batteryreport command to generate a battery report.
C:\Windows\System32> powercfg /batteryreport
The standby of the screen in network operation set to 10 minutes.
C:\Windows\System32>POWERCFG -Change -monitor-timeout-ac 10
FAQ 32: Updated on: 23 June 2018 17:13
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