How to Open Power Options in Windows 10

In one of my posts, I have already talked about the steps to create a Power Options shortcut.

Here, we will see seven diverse ways to open Power Options in Windows 10. Let’s see what they are.

Open Power Options in Windows 10

Battery Icon

Right-click on the Battery icon in the notification area. Click Power Options.

Powercfg.cpl Command

The command powercfg.cpl can open Power Options in Windows 10, and you can use this command in the following programs:

  • Run Command
  • Address Bar of File Explorer
  • Address toolbar
  • Task Manager (Hit File > Run new task to use the command)

Settings App

Open the Settings app. Hit System > Power & sleep.

Note: To see all the options of Power Options, hit the Additional power settings link.

Powercfg.cpl File

Open System32 folder. Find and double-click powercfg.cpl.

Power User Menu

Right-click on the Start button, and you can see Power Options between Mobility Center and Event Viewer. Hit it.

Note: To see all the options of Power Options, hit the Additional power settings link.

Start Menu Search

Open Start menu. Type power options. Now, you can see Power & sleep settings. Hit it.

Note: To see all the options of Power Options, hit the Additional power settings link.

Control Panel

Launch Control Panel. If you’re in the Category view, hit Hardware & Sound and then Power Options. Else hit Power Options.