There is an inbuilt setting in Windows 11 which automatically hibernates the PC if it drains more than 5% in sleep mode. While researching in web, I found out that this setting is known as adaptive hibernation & default threshold is set as “5% battery drain.”
Can anyone guide me as to how can I change this to 10% battery drain. Please find the link of adaptive hibernation in microsoft’s website.
Should be under power plan settings I believe.
@GhostLegion No, it is not under power plan settings.
@Anachron That is the link that I had initially mentioned. Can you help me with the solution?
I’ve linked the section because it even mentioned the powercfg commands you need to run to modify it.
powercfg /setdcvalueindex scheme_current sub_presence standbybudgetpercent
For 10% it should be
powercfg /setdcvalueindex scheme_current sub_presence standbybudgetpercent 10
@Anachron I had tried this, but it is showing as invalid in cmd.
Please show me the error message.
Someone did this before on his Framework and has success:
@Anachron I guess I was entering it wrong as I did not put a space after standbybudgetpercentage
Let me check for a day to see if this has worked or not.
Just an update, the power command has worked & it has solved my problem. Thanks
Thanks for the update,- glad it works!