|powercfg -devicequery wake_armed||see a list of devices with permission to wake up your computer|
|Powercfg /a||sleep and standby states your computer supports|
|Powercfg /energy||HTML report with information about how power-efficient your current system state is|
|powercfg /batteryreport||information about your current battery’s actual capacity and how its capacity and battery life have decreased over time.|
|powercfg /sleepstudy||will show you exactly which applications and device drivers on your computer are waking up your computer the most in Connected Standby mode|
More information can be found here :
Start a elevated Windows PowerShell prompt. (Win + X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin)
Enter this command. The results can be found in the output directory.
powercfg /batteryreport /output “C:\temp\batt-report.html”
powercfg /energy /output “longtrace.html” /duration 120
Use a sleep studyreport to diagnose what is draining your battery while the system sleeps.
Sleep Study is a system tool available on Windows 10 systems that support InstantGo.
This tool may help you identify sources of battery drain which occurred while the PC was in sleep mode .
Sleep Study show the applications and devices that are most active during the sleep of yout PC.
To run a Sleep Study report start a elevated Windows PowerShell prompt. (Win + X and select Windows PowerShell (Admin)
Run this command :