As you noticed when the battery level goes down to 20%, the Battery saver mode gets turned on itself. Although, It is good, sometimes we don’t want Windows to interrupt us. When the battery level comes down to 20%, Windows triggers the power-saving mode and optimize the system to improve battery life.
Windows try to let you know by dimming the screen brightness level that the battery level is only 20%. This is a kind of reminder to connect the charger, but many users don’t want Windows to reduce the brightness level without their permission. Once the screen brightness is lowered you cannot increase it manually to the highest level.
If you don’t want Windows to interrupt in your work then you can stop Screen dimming. You should keep in mind, if you forget to connect the charger and battery level comes down to 0%, it can shut down your PC.
The display consumes more energy if the brightness level is high, dimming the brightness level is good to save the battery power. If you’re sure you don’t need this feature, you can disable it.
Stop Screen dimming in Windows 10
This is quite easy you can open Battery settings and Turn off Lower Screen Brightness while in the battery saver. You ahead and follow few easy steps below.
- First of all, Open the Windows 10’s settings. You can either press the Windows+I shortcut key or click the Start menu>Settings Gear icon to open the settings.
- Once you’re in settings, navigate to System > Battery.
- Here, you’ll get all the battery settings, under the Battery saver turn off Lower Screen Brightness while in the battery saver option.
Once you’ve turned off this feature, next time when the battery level comes down to 20%, Windows will not automatically lower the screen brightness. You should pay attention when the battery level is 20%, connect the charger otherwise when the battery is at 0%, PC will shut down.
You can also disable power saving mode to stop Screen dimming in Windows 10, but it is not recommend. Hopefully, you like this guide.