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Set Power Button to Turn Off the Display
- Right Click on Power icon on the right-down corner. Choose Power Options.
- Click Choose When to Turn off the display on the left menu.
- Click Change advanced power settings
- Scrolling down on the popup, Find Power buttons and lids and Expand it.
- Expand Power Button Acion and select Turn off the Display
Disable waking up the display by devices such as the mouse
- Run Command Prompt as an administrator by starting with cmd
- Check devices which can wake up the display by running the command:
or list all devices which that can be programmed to wake up the laptop:
powercfg -devicequery wake_armed
you can check the last device that woke the system by:
powercfg -devicequery wake_programmable
- Disable devices waking up function by command lines such as:
You can enable waking up function for the devices by:
powercfg -devicedisablewake "HID-Compliant Mouse"
powercfg -deviceenablewake "HID-Compliant Mouse"
Disable waking up the display by tasks and programs
- Display all active wake timers by using the command line:
- Run Task Scheduler as an adminstrator
- Right Click Properties of the Task that can wake up the display.
- Click the Tab Conditions
- Uncheck Wake the computer to run this task under Power
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