Tips Battery Saving for Windows 10 Mobile

Get some tips for you to make the battery saving last longer on Windows 10 Mobile with easy steps below.

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Try these tips to start with Basics:

  • Using battery saver. On Start, swipe over to the All apps list > Settings  > System > Battery.
  • Try to reduce your screen’s brightness. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list > Settings  > System > Display. Turn off Change brightness automatically when lighting changes then use the slider to set the brightness level you want.
  • Use a dark background. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list > Settings  > Personalization > Colors > Dark.
  • Set a shorter duration before the screen times out. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list > Settings > Personalization > Lock screen. In Screen times out after, select the box to change the screen’s time-out duration.

Change display settings

  • Set a shorter duration before your screen times out. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list > Settings > Personalization > Lock screen. In Screen times out after, select the box to change the screen’s time out duration.
  • Turn off your screen during calls. Press the Power button to turn off the screen.
  • Turn off the viewfinder after you take a picture. Press the Back button to exit the camera viewfinder, or press the Power button to put your phone to sleep.
  • Set a shorter time-out duration for Glance screen or turn it off. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list, select Settings > Personalization > Glance screen > Show Glance screen for box to change the time-out duration or turn off Show Glance screen when your screen is turned off.

Turn off what you aren’t using

  • Optimize your background apps. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list > Settings > System > Battery > Battery usage by app. You’ll see a list of apps and how much battery each one is using relatively. This can help you choose which apps to allow (the ones you care about most) versus which apps to disallow (the ones you care about least). Select an app from the list > Always allowed in background, Managed by Windows, or Never allowed in background. (Note that some apps can’t be changed.)
  • Turn off location. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list, select Settings > Privacy > Location > turn off Location service.
  • Turn off Bluetooth. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list, select Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices > turn off Bluetooth.
  • Turn off NFC. On Start , swipe over to the All apps list, select Settings > Devices > NFC > turn off Tap to share.

Source: Microsoft

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