Disable Push Notification Using Battery Saver Mode Settings in Windows 10


We all know that Windows 10 has many new features, like high security, Battery Saver, notification turn on/off and so on. The Battery Saver mode is one of them. When it is in the active state, it conserves battery life by stopping the unused background activity, adjusting the hardware settings and brightness. It displays information related to the amount of battery remaining and the estimated time a user has remaining.
This feature helps the user to save the battery of the laptop. Another tweak saves and extends the battery life of your laptops and you can choose the best power plan, like (reduce brightness, optimize power and sleep). This article will guide you in changing and setting the battery saver mode with the procedure to do that.

Battery Saver Mode in Windows 10

When you turn on Battery Saver mode in Windows 10, the following happens- 
  1. You will not automatically receive notifications.
  2. Live updating of apps and tiles may not work.
  3. Some applications will not be able to run in the background.
The following is the procedure for turning on/off Windows 10 Battery Saver Mode.
You need to go to the Start Menu and then click on the Settings as in the following.
Figure 1: Setting App
After clicking on Settings a window is opened. Select an entry in the System category. 
Figure 2: System Category
The new open left-side column displays have many settings, click on Battery Saver.
Figure 3: Battery Saver
Click on Battery Saver on the right pane and then click Battery Saver settings.
Figure 4: Battery Saver Setting
You can turn on or off Batter Saver mode by sliding the Battery Saver button. You will find that the feature is disabled by default. If turned on, it becomes visible when the battery level falls below 20%.
Figure 5: Enable or Disable Battery Saver
Disable that option and you are done.


In this article, we learned how to disable Push Notifications using Battery Saver Mode Settings in Windows 10.