Efficiency Mode boosts the overall performance of the CPU. Here’s how to enable Efficiency Mode in Windows 11 for any process or program.
Many new features have been added to Windows 11 2022 (20H2) to improve the overall user experience. One such feature is the “Efficiency Mode,” which is accessible via the Task Manager. The Task Manager allows you to manually enable Efficiency Mode for any process, program, or application.
When the Efficiency Mode is activated, Windows restricts the process’s resource utilization. This frees up CPU time and resources, allowing other apps to operate at full capacity. As you can guess, this improves the overall system performance because you are restricting a resource-hungry process or application.
The good news is that you can easily enable Efficiency Mode in the Task Manager for any process. All it takes is a simple click to get started.
So, without further ado, let me show you how to enable Efficiency Mode on any process, program, or application in Windows 11.
Enable Efficiency Mode for any process in Windows 11
You can turn on the Efficiency Mode for any process through the task manager. Let me show you how.
- Right-click the Start menu.
- Select “Task Manager.”
- Go to the “Processes” tab.
- Right-click on the process you want to limit.
- Choose the “Efficiency mode” option.
- Press “Turn on Efficiency Mode” when prompted.
- With that, the Efficiency Mode is enabled for that process.
- You will see a “Green leaf” icon to indicate the Efficiency mode is turned on for that process.
- Close the Task Manager.
Steps with more details:
First, open Task Manager in Windows 11. You can right-click the Start menu and choose “Task Manager” or search for the same in the Start menu.
After opening it, go to the “Processes” tab. This is where you will see all the running processes on your computer.
Select the process and click the “Efficiency Mode” button at the top. Alternatively, right-click the process and choose the “Efficiency mode” option. You can do this to as many processes as you need.
When prompted, click the “Turn on Enhanced Mode” button.
Keep in mind that Windows may refuse to enable efficiency mode on specific system processes or may require additional permissions.
When you enable Efficiency Mode for a process, you’ll notice a small “Green leaf” icon next to the process name.
That is it. It is that simple to enable Efficiency Mode in Task Manager in Windows 11.
I hope this simple and easy Windows how-to guide helped you.
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