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How to turn off the laptop display with running programs as desktop PC for Windows 10
Nov 26, 2016 by abacin · Replies: 0 · Views: 246

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Set Power Button to Turn Off the Display

  1. Right Click on Power icon on the right-down corner. Choose Power Options.
  2. Click Choose When to Turn off the display on the left menu.
  3. Click Change advanced power settings
  4. Scrolling down on the popup, Find Power buttons and lids and Expand it.
  5. Expand Power Button Acion and select Turn off the Display

Disable waking up the display by devices such as the mouse

  1. Run Command Prompt as an administrator by starting with cmd
  2. Check devices which can wake up the display by running the command:
    1 powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
    or list all devices which that can be programmed to wake up the laptop:
    1 powercfg -devicequery wake_programmable
    you can check the last device that woke the system by:
    1 powercfg -lastwake
  3. Disable devices waking up function by command lines such as:
    1 powercfg -devicedisablewake "HID-Compliant Mouse"
    You can enable waking up function for the devices by:
    1 powercfg -deviceenablewake "HID-Compliant Mouse"

Disable waking up the display by tasks and programs

  1. Display all active wake timers by using the command line:
    1 powercfg -waketimers
  2. Run Task Scheduler as an adminstrator
  3. Right Click Properties of the Task that can wake up the display.
  4. Click the Tab Conditions
  5. Uncheck Wake the computer to run this task under Power

Tags: Laptop Display, Turn off the Display, Laptop, Notebook, Computer, Desktop, Notebook Computer, Mouse, Computers, Tablet

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