UPDATE: I went back to 1703.
See source: New power options in Windows 10
Listing power plans using
powercfg shows only the Balanced one.
And that's the registry situation:
And the power schemes, which seems fine:
What happend here?
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Answer copied from: Can't change powerplan settings in Windows 10 build v1709
The powersettings dialog itself has not been changed, but the upgrade removed all powerplan settings but the Balanced one, and it will remember the setting currently in use.
If you switch to the balanced one, your old one will be forgotten too.
In order to get them back, you need to create a new powerplan first, mark one of the 3 templates and give them a name. For example, if you want to use the default High Performance powerplan, you first have to create it before you can switch to it.
Open the registry editor. If you don't know how, open search/Cortana and type
Using the folders on the left hand side, navigate to the following folder:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Poweron the right, one of the keys near the top should be called
CsEnabled. Click on this.
Change the value of this key from
After you reboot you should have your power plans back. Hope this helps!
Open a command prompt.
Copy and paste the command below for the missing power plan you want to restore into the command prompt, and press Enter.
powercfg -duplicatescheme a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a
powercfg -duplicatescheme 381b4222-f694-41f0-9685-ff5bb260df2e
powercfg -duplicatescheme 8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c
(Ultimate Performance - Windows 10 build 17101 and later)
powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61
- You can now close the command prompt if you like.