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My computer goes to sleep too fast I want it to stay awake longer how do I accomplish this ?

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My computer goes to sleep too fast if I do not keep typing or moving my mouse.  Please advise how to correct this.  The sample they give to right click on my screen and select personalize (this is not even an option on my computer)

Keith

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Product: HP ENVY Laptop  (Exact Model not provided)

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@KeithFogg18 wrote:

My computer goes to sleep too fast if I do not keep typing or moving my mouse.  Please advise how to correct this.  The sample they give to right click on my screen and select personalize (this is not even an option on my computer)

Keith


 

Right-Click > Personalize is a feature of Windows 10.

or

Settings > Personalization

Tasks included (at this writing)

  • Background
  • Colors
  • Lock screen
  • Themes
  • Fonts
  • Start
  • Taskbar

 

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Power Options

 

Access the Power Options

Control Panel > icon view > Power Options

 

 Select "Change plan settings"

and

Click "Change advanced power settings"

or, on the left side

Choose when to turn off the Display

Change when the computer sleeps

 

 

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