To disable USB selective suspend in Windows, follow these steps:
- Open Control Panel.
- Click on “System and Security”.
- Click on “Power Options”.
- Click on “Change plan settings” next to your current power plan.
- Click on “Change advanced power settings”.
- Expand “USB settings” and then expand “USB selective suspend settings”.
- Double-click on “Setting”.
- Select “Disabled” and then click on “OK”.
- Click on “Apply” and then click on “OK”.
You can also disable USB selective suspend for individual USB devices by following these steps:
- Open Device Manager.
- Expand the “Universal Serial Bus controllers” category.
- Right-click on the USB device that you want to disable USB selective suspend for and select “Properties”.
Click on the “Power Management” tab.
- Uncheck the box next to “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power”.
- Click on “OK”.
- Disabling USB selective suspend can help to improve the performance of USB devices, but it can also reduce battery life.
- If you are using a laptop, you should only disable USB selective suspend when you need to use USB devices that require high performance.
Note: If you disable USB selective suspend for all USB devices, your computer may not be able to wake up from sleep mode if a USB device is connected.