How To Enable Efficiency Mode on Windows 11

How To Enable Efficiency Mode on Windows 11

Whatever the Operating System, a few processes/applications running in the background will consume a lot of resources and put the hardware under strain. Things have changed significantly in Windows 11, and Efficiency Mode is now available to ease the stress some background apps/services that put on the CPU and free up some memory.

If you put any app or process into Efficiency Mode, the priority of that particular app will get set to low, and it will not interfere with any process running on medium or high priority. The amenity never ends here; it sets the quality of services to EcoQoS, enabling high-end processors to run the process and lower clock speed. After knowing all this, if you are interested in activating Efficiency Mode in any process in Task Manager, you can follow the steps given in this article. Let’s have a look. 

Enable Efficiency Mode on Windows 11:

You can follow the below-given steps to activate Efficiency Mode in your Windows 11. To do so, 

  • Firstly, open the Start menu, and in the search box, type Task Manager and open the top result from the search.
  • Then select the Processes tab from the left side of the screen.
  • Inside the Processes screen, select the process you like to enable Efficiency Mode.
  • Right-click on the selected Process and select the Efficiency mode from the sub-menu.
  • Once the confirmation prompt appears on the screen, click on the Turn on Efficiency mode tab, and you are done.

Note: You cannot enable Efficiency Mode for all processes, as they are an essential process that can affect the performance of your system. Next to the process where the Efficiency Mode is enabled, you will simply see a leaf signal.

Disable Efficiency Mode on Windows 11:

To disable the Efficiency Mode in Windows 11, you can follow these steps,

  • Firstly, open the Start menu, and in the search box, type Task Manager and open the top result from the search.
  • Then select the Processes tab from the left side of the screen.
  • Inside the Processes screen, select the process you like to disable Efficiency Mode.
  • Right-click on the selected Process and click on the ticked Efficiency mode from the sub-menu to disable it.
  • Now you are done with disabling Efficiency mode for a process.

This is how you can enable and disable the Efficiency Mode on Windows 11. However, if you have any queries or doubts after reading this article, then please leave a comment in the below-given comment box.

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