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    When configuring multiple PCs to use the same custom power plan, the PowerCFG command tool can help deploy your settings quicker.
    On Windows 10, you can easily create, edit, and delete power plans to optimize the performance and power consumption of your computer. The only caveat is that if you have a lot of devices, these settings won't sync across all of them with your Microsoft account, and manually configuring each computer could end up taking a long time.
    Luckily, you can save time (and reduce possible mistakes) using the PowerCFG command tool to export the custom settings into a ".pow" file that you can then quickly deploy to other devices. You can even use this method to keep a backup of your custom power settings that you can roll back after doing a clean install of Windows 10.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the steps to export and import power plans on different Windows PCs.

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    01-26-2018 06:10 AM

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