I'm using pretty powerful laptops since... forever. I used to switch my power plans a lot to deal with battery energy, heat and fan levels. I was using ThinkPads before they became just ordinary bad designed laptops. Now I'm using Dell Precision and I'm missing IBM/Lenovo Power Manager software, where I could just press hotkey and click desired power plan.
Without my precious IBM/Lenovo Power Manager software I have to use native Windows power management.
Windows power management shows only 2 power plans when I click battery icon in tray.
I'm using more than 2 power plans:
- adaptive with low temperature priority
- adaptive with low noise priority
- power saving with low temperature priority
- power saving with low noise
Sometimes I'm switching to Maximum performance mode, but I can live without accessing it with 2 clicks.
I could install something like Power Scheme Switcher, but... it shows too many plans (Dell software adds few plans which I never need, but I can't delete them).
Is it possible to force Windows to show more power plans here?