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Add Hidden Ultimate Power Plan To Windows 10

Enable Ultimate Power Plan In Windows 10

Yes, you did read the title correctly and there is a hidden ultimate power plan within Windows 10 that you can add to your PC or laptop. And in this post, we will be showing you exactly how you can enable it on your Windows 10 PC!

The advantage of adding this power plan is that it will allow your system to take advantage of even more power, which can help give your computer a boost in performance allowing everything to run even smoother and faster. Check out the steps below to see how to add the ultimate power plan.

Why Add Ultimate Performance Power Plan?

There are many reasons why you would want to add and use the ultimate performance power plan in Windows 10, which we briefly explained above.

For the first instance, it will allow your system to use more power. Which will result in helping make Windows 10 run a lot faster and smoother.

Not only this, but if you also play a lot of games on your computer then you should see a slight increase in the performance of your games. This can help improve the FPS and reduce any stuttering or lagging issues you might have been experiencing in your PC games.

Is It Safe To Use Ultimate Performance Power Plan?

Yes, it is safe to use the ultimate performance power plan in Windows 10. The only affects you will see is your computer will run a little quicker, as it will be using slightly more power.

Just keep in mind that if you are using a laptop that is not connected to the mains, then it will drain the battery slightly faster.

We would also recommend you back up any important files before you enable the ultimate power plan and also create a system restore point on your Windows 10 computer.

Adding The Ultimate Power Plan In Windows 10:

1. Open the Windows start menu and search “PowerShell” > Open and run this as an admin

2. Now copy and paste the following code into PowerShell and press enter:

powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61

3. Now open the start menu and search and open Control Panel

4. Change “View by” to “Small icons”

5. Click on Power Options

6. Select Ultimate Performance

There you have it that is how you add the ultimate power in Windows 10. Your system will now be running at full power.

Just keep in mind that this option will consume more power than the other power plan options within Windows 10.

Check out more of our Windows 10 posts here.

Check out the video tutorial here on Windows 10 BEST Gaming Power Plan if you are getting stuck.

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