Windows Max CPU Power

Some applications in Windows 10 require very high CPU power. For such applications, it is impossible to work properly without using maximum CPU power. In this article, we will explain to you the method through which you can use maximum CPU power in Windows 10.

Enabling Maximum CPU Power in Windows 10

In order to use maximum CPU power in Windows 10, you will need to perform the following steps:

Type control panel in the search section of your taskbar and click on the search result to launch the control panel window. The newly opened Control Panel window is shown in the following image:

Windows Control Panel

Click on the Hardware and Sound tab as highlighted in the image shown above.

Now click on the Power Options tab as highlighted in the image shown below:

Power Options

Click on Change Plan Settings link as highlighted in the following image:

Change Plan Settings

Now click on Change Advanced Power Settings link.

Change Advanced Power Settings

As soon as you will click on it, the Power Options window will appear on your screen as shown in the image below:

Power Options window

Now click on the Processor Power Management tab in order to expand it as highlighted in the image shown above.

Click on the Minimum Processor State tab as highlighted in the following image:

Minimum Processor State

Select 100% for both the “On Battery” and “Plugged In” fields.

Finally, click on the Apply button and then click on the OK button in order to save your settings.

Conclusion

In this way, you can easily use maximum CPU power in Windows 10 and enable your high performance requiring applications to work perfectly well.

How to Use Maximum CPU Power in Windows 10
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One thought on “How to Use Maximum CPU Power in Windows 10

  • March 21, 2019 at 11:35 am
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    I could follow upto the advanced power options.
    Then most of the options were missing from my system 🙁
    Is there some sort of other version/ admin privileges or some other secret switch to get to the processor power management?

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