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Power Management

2016-06-30, 22:35 PM

I work for a school district and we use the power mangement software to check to see when a battery is pooron 11e thnikpads. Now with Win10 you have to download the Setting app in the Microsoft store and I do not want to log in with a Microsoft account to download it. Is there a way to get the file from somewhere other than the app store?

 

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Re: Power Management

2016-07-07, 16:40 PM

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Re: Power Management

2016-07-08, 10:38 AM

Don't know about 11e devices, but have a look farther down the page for the Power Management thread that extends to 16 pages.  The money quote from Lenovo is:

 

"someotherguy wrote:

There is not any Power Manager for Windows 10.  Lenovo does not provide any feature to manage battery charge thresholds on Windows 10.  The ThinkPad systems that are on the Windows 10 supported system list here all have dual-mode battery firmware.  The battery firmware itself will recognize the scenario where the battery is ALWAYS fully charged 100% (over a period of many weeks) and adjust the full charge capacity downwards in a way to maintain maximum battery health.  This is something that happens automatically in the battery firmware.  There is nothing that a user needs to do manually, to maximize battery health on these batteries.  For this reason, we don't provide any utility to manually manage battery charge thresholds on Windows 10."

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Re: Power Management

2016-07-19, 2:45 AM

You could deploy the lenovo setting using power shell.

Download lenovo setting and Dependency package and upgrade Thinkpad dependency package to the latest version.

 

https://support.lenovo.com/us/zh/documents/hf003321

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