Apple claims that MacBook is energy efficient out of the box, but you need to reduce power consumption for longer battery life in certain cases. If you are away and there is no hope of getting a power outlet to recharge the battery of your MacBook, you need to keep the power usage of your MacBook as low as possible. For such cases, macOS offers low-power mode. If you put your MacBook in low power mode, it will automatically drop power usage by adjusting different settings. When MacBook is in lower power mode, it boosts battery backup. If you are not sure how to enable Low Power Mode, keep reading. In this article, I will tell you how to enable Low Power mode on MacBook.
Steps to enable Low Power Mode in Macbook
Click Apple Menu located at the top left corner and then select System Preferences.
On the System Preferences panel, tap Battery.
Select Battery from the left sidebar.
Here, select the checkbox in front of “Low Power Mode.”
It will put your MacBook in Low Power Mode. Follow the same steps and deselect the checkbox to Low Power mode to disable it.
When the MacBook is in low power mode, it drops screen brightness. It also forces apps to reduce energy usage and also disables some background processes.
If you are not sure how to enable Low Power Mode, keep reading. In this article, I will tell you how to enable Low Power mode on MacBook.