How to Add or Remove ‘Primary NVMe Idle Timeout’ from Power Options in Windows 10 – Windows Blog by Brink

How to Add or Remove ‘Primary NVMe Idle Timeout’ from Power Options in Windows 10

The Primary NVMe Idle Timeout setting in Power Options specifies the amount of time the NVMe device must be idle before transitioning to the primary non-operational power state.

This tutorial will show you how to add or remove the Primary NVMe Idle Timeout setting under Hard disk in Power Options for all users in Windows 10.

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