Ultimate Performance Power Plan In Windows 11: How To Enable?
Microsoft has introduced a new power plan called the ultimate performance power plan in Windows 11. Enabling this power plan ensures better efficiency and power on your PC. The ultimate performance power plan has been introduced as a new preset plan in Windows 11.
This power plan removes the polling of hardware and allows hardware to consume all the power it needs to provide power to your PC. Moreover, this plan works on eliminating all the micro-latencies that are associated with power management strategies. The ultimate performance power plan boosts the performance of your system, where the hardware constantly switches between the idle and the active states.
How to Enable Ultimate Performance in Windows 11
If you are a power-hungry user, and looking for more performance from your PC, then you will want to enable this power plan on your Windows 11 PC. If you don’t know how to enable this power plan on your PC, then worry not; we are here to make the work easier for you. In this article, we will be discussing how you can enable the ultimate performance power plan in Windows 11.
Enabling Ultimate Performance Power Plan In Windows 11
You can easily enable the ultimate performance power plan in Windows 11 without much difficulty. If you want to enable the ultimate power performance plan on your PC, then follow the steps given below-
- Open the Start menu by pressing the Windows key or clicking on the Start icon on the taskbar.
- In the Start menu, search for the Control panel and open it on your PC.
- In the Control panel, search for Power Options and open it.
- Here you will see a drop-down option right next to the Show additional plans option. Click on it to open the drop-down menu.
- Here you will see a new performance plan called then Ultimate performance. Select this power plan to enable it on your PC.
After you enable this plan, you will notice better and improved performance of your PC, and you will find it to be snappier than ever before.
What If Ultimate Performance Power Plan Is Not Available On Your PC?
Some users may not find this power plan in their Control Panel. Most probably, laptops may not be having these options, but sometimes Desktop too don’t have this option available. If you don’t find this option or the power plan on your PC, you will have to enable it manually using CMD.
If you don’t know how you can manually enable the ultimate power performance plan in Windows 11 using the CMD, then you can follow the steps given below-
- In the Start menu, search for CMD. Right-click on the command prompt and then click on Run as administrator to give the administrative privileges to the command prompt.
- In the command prompt, type the following the command- powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61 and hit Enter.
- After doing so, head back to the Power options plan in the Control panel and refresh the page.
- Now you will see the drop-down menu next to the Show additional plans.
- Open the drop-down menu, and you will get the Ultimate Performance power plan here. Select this plan, and the plan will be enabled on your PC.
Following the above steps, you can enable the ultimate performance plan on your PC. We have discussed how to enable the power plan and what to do if this plan is not available by default on your PC.
This post was written by Anurag Jain and was first posted to itechhacks.com