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There is a PC where windows 8 is installed. But recently it always show box about its battery status. I do not know how to handle it. It says "enable conservation mode" but i cannot find it in the PC. Any expert can give some suggestion and explain it ? and please see the picture in attachment thank you.
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That is not part of standard Windows 8 Windows Power Management (not on my Windows 8 machine).

Look for a 3rd party power manager (Lenovo has such a thing) and then look in the 3rd party power manager for conservation mode.
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Hi Joe, Thank you. You are right!
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You're welcome. Happy to help and I'm glad that worked for you. Regards, Joe
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Yep that message looks like it's coming from one of Lenovo's power management programs. I would personally opt to enable this 'Conservation Mode' as pointed out in the link Joe posted above, as Lenovo would know their own hardware better than most.
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