Windows 10 Insider preview users might have noticed a new Eco mode if they have been using the build on their PCs. The update that introduced eco mode was Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21364.

What is Eco Mode?

With Eco mode, you can conserve power and control the resources of certain processes. In addition to improving battery life, the feature also improves thermal performance.

Eco mode restricts apps and processes hogging system resources in the background on laptops.

Eco Mode maximizes the performance of the system because it restricts apps and processes. Using Eco mode allows power users to use RAM and CPU when necessary for essential applications & processes.

Steps to Enable Eco Mode in Windows 10?

Fortunately, Windows 10 makes it very simple to enable eco mode for apps and processes. Using Task Manager, users can find and set other apps and processes to Eco Mode, and they can find other apps on the Eco mode already. You can enable the Eco mode in Windows 10 by following the steps below.

Insiders of Windows 10 are able to use the feature right now. In the near future, however, it will be available to every user. You may have to wait a few more weeks or months if you can’t find the feature on your PC.

Step 1. First of all, right-click on the Taskbar and select ‘Task Manager’.

Step 2. On the Task Manager, click on the ‘Processes‘ tab.

Step 3. Now right-click on a child process or any individual process and click on the ‘Eco Mode’

Step 4. Next, you will be asked to confirm the action. Simply click on the ‘Turn on Eco Mode’ option to continue.

That’s all there is to it! Congratulations, you’re done. In this article, you’ll learn how to put your application & process in Eco Mode in Windows 10.