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The Battery tab of Energy Saver in macOS 10.15

The Battery pane (also known as Energy Saver) of the System Preferences in macOS was developed by Apple to allow users to customize the power usage settings of their Mac.

History[]

With the first release of Mac OS X, the Energy Saver preference pane superseded the Energy Saver control panel from classic Mac OS.[1] Starting in MacOS Big Sur (version 11), the pane will appear as "Battery" instead of "Energy Saver" on battery-powered Macs.[2]

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References[]

  1. Road to Mac OS X Leopard: System Preferences by Prince McLean, AppleInsider. 2007-10-24.
  2. The untold history of macOS System Preferences by Arun Venkatesan. 2020-09-17.

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Notes: Items in gray indicate panes of System Preferences that were merged or renamed. Items in strikethrough have been replaced or discontinued. Items in italics are only available if the corresponding hardware or software is installed. This list does not include 3rd-party preference panes.
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