Windows 10 maybe give a lot of refreshment and the better things in some cases. However, we cannot doubt that various issues are still happened until now in related with the Windows 10. One of the issues or problems with the Windows 10 is the Windows 10 that won’t stay in sleep mode.
The sleep mode is the elementary part of the Windows system that is usually used by the users to reduce the power consumption. It means that most of the users prefer to use the sleep mode instead of turning the PC. It is beneficial to give their PC a better speed to be used again later. In fact, some users are maybe facing the issue where their computer or PC keeps on waking up without any interactions although the users had been using the sleep mode.
If you are experiencing the problem that Windows 10 won’t stay in sleep mode and want to get the solution, you are in the right place then. Below, we will reveal some ways and solutions to solve that problem. So, check this out and find out which one is perfect for you.
- Checking the Advanced Power Option
This is the first thing that you can do where you can reset all the advanced power option and change them into the default system. If you had already applied this way, you may remember to set the sleep mode preference. So, below are the ways to do this first solution and solve your Windows 10 won’t stay in sleep mode:
- Right click on the battery icon that you can find in the notification area
- Open the power option
- After that, click the “Change Plan Settings” in the active power plan
- Choose and click the option of change advanced power settings
- Next, just click the option of “Restore Plan Defaults”
After doing this first solution, you can try to apply the sleep mode again to find out whether this solution is working or not.
- Run the Troubleshooter
If the first solution above is not successful to solve the Windows 10 won’t stay in sleep mode issue, then maybe this second method is the perfect option for you. Yes, to do so, you need to run the troubleshooter.
First of all, you have to ensure that you have enabled the sleep mode properly. To ensure this thing, you can follow the instructions below:
- a) Right-click on your battery icon that is located in the Taskbar’s notification area
- b) Open the power options
- c) After that, click the option of ‘Change Plan Settings” that you can find in the active power plan
- d) You will find the section that states put the computer to sleep. Under that section, please ensure that you set the time for the PC for going to sleep.
If you had already followed all of the steps above, you need to try and tackle the bug by using the built-in power troubleshooter that can be founded in the system settings. Usually, this troubleshooter will fix all bugs that can be founded in the power configuration. It is also allowing you for putting the PC to sleep and it will not wake up by itself.
To run the troubleshooter, here are the complete steps that you can follow:
1) Press the windows key button + l button together to open the settings menu
2) After that, choose the update & security option
3) From the left panel, open the troubleshooting
4) Expand the power troubleshooter and then click the option to run the troubleshooter
And, you are done! You can check to apply the sleep mode again and find out whether this second method is working or not.
- Disable the Specific Devices
The third method to solve the Windows 10 won’t stay in sleep mode is by disabling the specific devices for waking up your PC. Actually, there is a way that you can have to know about what the exact device is that wakes up your device and tweak the setting or even unplug it. In addition, there are maybe some third parties that you can have to do so, but in this case, we will use the command prompt.
What we mean here is that you can use a few commands that will determine all the access and the power usages. Here are the complete instructions that you can follow;
1) First of all, right click on the start menu and then open the command prompt (admin)
2) You will find the command-line. That is the place where you have to type the following command: powercfg –devicequery wake_armed
3) Press the enter button
4) This command will make a list that will state all the devices that can make your PC is waking up from the sleep mode
5) After that, if you see that there are any devices that you don’t use, you can type in the following command and then press the enter button.
6) Please don’t forget to change the device name. Here is the command that you can type: powercfg –devicedisablewake “device name”
7) Then, you can close the elevated command prompt
8) Restart your PC
This third method is quite easy and maybe it is the best for you.
- Applying the Sleep Hibernation Hybrid
If all the methods above are not working, you maybe need to replace the sleep mode by applying the sleep hibernation hybrid mode. To replace the sleep mode with the hibernation mode, here are the complete instructions that you can do:
1) Right-click on the battery icon in your PC that is located in the notification area
2) After that, open the power option
3) Then, click the option of change plan settings in the active power plan
4) Click the option of change advanced power settings
5) After that, expand the sleep and you have to choose the ‘Allow Hybrid Sleep’
6) Turn the hybrid sleep on for both the battery and AC and don’t forget to confirm the change
That’s all. We hope that you find the best one.