If you want to maximize the battery life in your notebook computer, then you may want to use the battery saver feature in the Windows 10. Many computer manufacturers also offer their own proprietary software to make the changes in the battery and to make it last longer. But if you are using the Opera web browser, then you can also use the battery saver built inside this web browser to enjoy accessing websites for a much longer time.
Here is how you can configure battery saver feature in the Opera web browser:
- Launch the Opera web browser and press the hotkey Alt+P to open the settings.
- Make sure that you select Basic section from the left-side before scrolling down the settings screen to find the Battery Saver feature.
- You can enable the battery saver, choose when to start the battery saver (80%, 50%, 20%, unplugged), and decide to display the battery icon in the Opera’s toolbar.
- Later, you can also click on the battery icon in the Opera’s toolbar and choose to toggle it on or off from there. It will also display how much battery time is remaining but this time will change depending on how you use your computer.
The battery saver feature of the Opera web browser is very useful for those people who want to use their laptops for some prolonged periods of times without any provisions of charging the battery in the next few hours. If you want to use the in-built Windows 10 battery saver feature along with this feature, then do not expect to get much better results. These battery saver features can only reduce the way your PC uses the battery power and hence may not be able to magically make the battery last another few hours. But they can definitely extend the battery for at least an hour more.