Currently, Windows 10 users need to go back to classic control panel interface to adjust power preferences and control battery usage, but not anymore. Microsoft is testing a new Windows 10 feature that will add a power slider to adjust battery usage preferences.
The upcoming feature is part of Windows 10 build 15014 and it is being tested by Windows 10 Insiders. One can tone up the power slider or down to adjust power consumption based on the running application.
Check out the image below to get a better picture of the upcoming feature. Besides power slider option, the latest update will also include a new ebook store. Plus, the ability to pick a custom color for the accent colors found across Windows 10.
Furthermore, the new build 15014 will also include a new option letting Windows 10 to automatically free up space on a PC by deleting temporary files or items present in recycle bin for 30 days. You will not need to go and delete manually the temporary or cache files inside the recycle bin anymore.
All of these features will come packed in upcoming Windows 10 Creators Edition update, coming in April. But, say if you are eager to test them before the official launch date, then all you need to do is sign up to be a Windows Insider and access the content ahead of its launch date.
In a parallel news, the upcoming update of Windows 10 known as Creators Edition coming in April also features design changes. Microsoft is not only including new features in next update, but it is sort of redesigning the look how users see Windows 10. For more on this news, check out the link given above.