Windows 11 comes with high built-in features that bring three separate plans for power consumption, i.e., Balanced, Power Saver, and High-performance mode. Each one of them has different settings.
After considering the experience of Windows 11 Users, Microsoft added a new feature called “Ultimate Performance,” and it is specifically designed for high-end systems.
This article will walk you through how to enable the Ultimate Performance option on your Windows 11 PC. Let’s get started.
Enable Ultimate Performance Option through Command Prompt
Once you get to the Windows Command Prompt, please copy the following command and paste it there.
powercfg -duplicatescheme e9a42b02-d5df-448d-aa00-03f14749eb61
That’s all. You are all set to go now with an Ultimate Performance Mode.
Enable Ultimate Performance Option through Control Panel
To enable the Ultimate Performance mode via Control Panel, all you need is to click the Windows Start Menu, search for Control Panel, and open the results.
Once you get there, select the Power Options.
Click on the “Show Additional Plans” under the Choose or customize a power plan section. Next, Place a tick in the Ultimate Performance section.
You can also delete the plan if you wish to; click on the Change Plan Settings to do so.
Now, scroll down a bit and click “Delete this plan”; once you do so, the plan will be deleted instantly.
That’s it! This is how you can turn on the Ultimate Performance option on your Windows 11 PC.