How do I completely disable Windows' low battery warning? Solved

  1.    03 Feb 2018 #1

    How do I completely disable Windows' low battery warning?


    This is my first post in TenForums, and I'm looking forward to make this place as my first spot to resolve my Win 10 issues if you guys don't mind with that.

    So, I have a relatively old laptop that its battery has gone bad. The battery is broken that if I'm not using my AC Adapter, my laptop won't be powered at all. While I was using Windows 8.1, I never had any warning like "Your battery is running low (9%), you might want to plug in your PC" like this:
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    But since I'm using Win 10, this warning keeps appearing from time to time. At this point, this warning has no purpose and just simply annoying thus I want to disable this warning completely.

    I've tried increasing and lowering the low battery and critical battery level threshold but the issue still persists since my battery indicator will keep saying I'm on 0% - 2% battery life.
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    Can anyone help me? I don't mind changing some registry values as well if it's needed.
    Thank you in advance!
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  2.    03 Feb 2018 #2

    Try disabling the battery in Device Manager. The battery-related options disappear when I do that.

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  3.    04 Feb 2018 #3

    Thank you PolarNettles!

    I think it works! I disabled it when I got the battery warning as well and it disappeared in instant.
    Thank you again, I didn't think to have such simple and easy answer like that.
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  4.    05 Feb 2018 #4

    Nice catch, PolarNettles! Sometimes the obvious solution is the best one. All one has to do is THINK of it. You did. :)
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