Microsoft Technical Takeoff: Windows and Microsoft Intune
Oct 24 2022 07:00 AM - Oct 27 2022 12:00 PM (PDT)

Windows 11 power management user experience

Visitor
Ran into an issue where my laptop battery got low (maybe around 50 percent battery) and my mouse stopped working and my screen dimmed. I didn’t receive any notification that the mouse was disabled to conserve power or any option to choose not to disable my mouse. This made me assume that something stopped working (also new laptop) or mouse was having issues so I swapped USB ports and everything. I was able to find an article to prevent my mouse from being disabled due to power management.

To improve the user experience and usefulness of this feature can it notify and allow the user to choose if they want a usb device or certain key devices from being disabled? Even a notification could save someone time from thinking their mouse is broken. Heh….
0 Replies