On Windows 11, you can save power, extend your PC’s battery life, and improve your monitor’s life and privacy by setting your PC to automatically turn off the screen after a period of time. not interact. Here’s how to set it up.
Screen off and sleep mode
In Windows 11, sleep mode and screen off, although related and similar, are essentially two completely different concepts. If you put your PC to sleep, the system will go into “moderate” operation at low power consumption, as well as temporarily turn off some hardware components to save power. Of course the screen will also turn off when the PC is in sleep mode.
On Windows 11, you also have the option to turn off the display, but keep the PC running in the background. That means you’ll only save some of the power your monitor uses, but your PC will still essentially operate at full power, and be able to perform background tasks as needed.
The network administrator has an article about how to set up sleep mode, please refer to:
How to set screen off time on Windows 11
First, launch the Windows Settings app by pressing Windows + i on the keyboard. Or you can right click the button Start on the taskbar and select “Settings” from the menu that appears.
In the Settings interface, click on the item “System” in the list on the left, then click “Power & Battery“.
In the settings screen Power & Battery, click to expand the “Screen and Sleep“if necessary.
If your PC is battery powered, like a laptop or tablet, you’ll see a total of 4 setup options. In the case of using a desktop computer, you will only have 2 options.
To set how long the screen will automatically turn off when the PC is inactive, click the drop-down menu next to “On battery power, turn my screen off after, and select a time period, such as “5 minutes”.
Similarly, if your PC is on mains power, click on the “When plugged in, turn my screen off after” and choose a timeline you want.
When you’re done, close Settings. From now on, when your PC is inactive for the specified amount of time, the screen will automatically turn off. To turn it back on, hover, tap the screen (touch) or press any key.