Windows 10: How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG command line in Windows 10

Discus and support How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG command line in Windows 10 in Windows 10 News to solve the problem; [ATTACH]While Windows settings allow you to change monitor timeout, so it turns off when […] This article How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG... Discussion in 'Windows 10 News' started by WinClub, Feb 13, 2021.

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    How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG command line in Windows 10

    WinClub, Feb 13, 2021
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  2. Naki Win User

    GPU-Z what command line parameter ?

    Suggestion: /? (-?) and /help (-help) command-line arguments to show a list of all possible arguments in a small window. *Smile How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG command line in Windows 10 :)
     
  3. ryanly Win User
    GPU-Z what command line parameter ?

    Current /? (-?) or / help (-help) parameter is invalid
     
    ryanly, Feb 13, 2021
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  4. PGBlanca Win User

    How to set Monitor Timeout using PowerCFG command line in Windows 10

    Power Settings timers for sleep keep resetting

    Hi VNT_98! Thanks for reaching out. My name is Princess. I'm an independent advisor. I'll be happy to help you out today.

    Please follow these steps on how to manually set the "sleep" and "turn off the monitor" setting using a command.

    1. Open CMD in administrator mode.

    2. Type the commands below, and press enter after each one.

    powercfg -change -standby-timeout-dc 45

    powercfg -change -standby-timeout-ac 45

    powercfg -change -monitor-timeout-dc 30

    powercfg -change -monitor-timeout-ac 30

    3. Safely restart the PC.

    I hope this helps. Feel free to ask back any questions and let me know how it goes.

    Thank you!
     
    PGBlanca, Feb 13, 2021
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