Power options in Windows 10 - Microsoft Community
Power options in Windows 10 I run Windows 10 enterprise and do not have the option to activate "sleep" on the shutdown settings page. I can only activate/deactivate "Hibernate/Turn on fast start and Lock"
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Shut down, sleep, or hibernate your PC - Windows Help
For Windows 10, select Start , then select Settings > System > Power & sleep > Additional power settings. For Windows 8.1 / Windows RT 8.1, swipe in from the edge of the screen, tap Search (or if you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search ), enter Power options in the ...

How to adjust power and sleep settings
To adjust power and sleep settings in Windows 10, go to Start, and select Settings > System > Power & sleep. Under Screen , select how long you want your device to wait before turning the screen off when you're not using your device.

Why does Windows10 keep changing my power settings ...
Click Power options Click Additional power settings under Related settings Click Choose what the power button does Click Change settings that are currently unavailable Uncheck 'Turn on fast startup (recommended) Click Save changes. Click Restart now and see if it works. If the problem persists
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Windows 10: Start Menu Missing Power Option -No Shutdown ...
Windows 10: Start Menu Missing Power Option -No Shutdown, Restart, and Sleep Options Hey everyone, I recently upgrade from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. After the upgrade I noticed that I no longer have the shutdown, restart, or sleep options in the start menu. I tried the fixes for the same problem in Windows 7 but none of them have worked.
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Battery saving tips for your PC - Windows Help
Change sync settings Other things you can do For more info on batteries, see, Surface battery won’t charge or Surface won’t run on battery on Windows 10 or PC is charging slowly or discharging while it's plugged in .

Windows 10 power options - Microsoft Community
The missing Sleep option might be due to a Power Option misconfiguration. Follow these steps to help you resolve the issue: Click the Start button. Type Power Options, and then press Enter. On the left-side pane, click Choose what the power button does. Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
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Power plan information isn't available (windows 10 home ...
Power plan information isn't available (windows 10 home) ... This returned the power settings to their normal state. My power plan information returned. "Everyone is a genius, but it you judge a fish on its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing its stupid" A. Einstein.
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power setting grayed out where one can toggle it on and ...
Upon checking from my end, the only power settings that I know of are the settings that can be accessed through Settings > System > Power & sleep. This setting is similar and reflects the settings in Control Panel > Power Options. Otherwise, you might be referring to power management through the BIOS.
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Windows 10 power options don't work - Microsoft Community
Right click on Start button and select Power Options option from the list. 2. Click on the Choose what the power buttons does on the left navigation pane. 3. Click on Change settings that are currently unavailable (Enter the admin credentials if prompted). 4. Beside When I press power button: option select Shutdown from the down drop list.
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