Ultimate Performance mode – Dedicated performance mode for demanding video editing or 3D graphics on Windows 10.
You probably do not know that Microsoft has added a very useful performance mode to Windows 10 users in the April 2018 update that was released on 04/2018, which is named Ultimate Performance. Easy to understand, this is the mode intended for users who want to get the best processing speed wrong for heavy processing tasks such as video editing or 3D graphics.
By default, Ultimate Performance is hidden by Microsoft and to enable it, you need to follow these steps.
Step 1: Right-click the Start button and select Windows PowerShell (Admin).
Step 2: Wait a few seconds for Windows PowerShell to start, then paste this command “powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61” into the editor window and press ENTER to execute.
Wait a few seconds for Windows PowerShell to finish launching and displaying results as shown.
Step 3: Run Settings and click on System.
- Click on the Power & sleep option group, then find and click the Additional Power Settings option in the sidebar.
Step 4: The Control Panel dialog box appears with the performance mode options, you will see the Ultimate Performance option appear. To view the settings that this mode provides, click Change Plan Settings.
- Next, click on Change advanced power settings.
You can refer to the settings that this mode brings.
To remove the Ultimate Performance mode, re-select Balanced, then click Change Plan Settings to the right of Ultimate Performance.
Click on the Delete this plan option.
Click Yes to confirm the operation.
When tested, Ultimate Performance will test hardware systems and evaluate whether they need to pump more power and to mobilize that extra hardware. to create the amount of power needed to handle heavy tasks.
A small note is that when activating Ultimate Performance, battery saving settings will be completely disabled to optimize the overall system. Therefore, if you use a laptop, you need to consider before activating.