How to quickly change the maximum processor state in Windows 10?
I am using a Lenovo Legion laptop and one thing I have noticed is the fan working at full speed from time to time. This seems to be related to the CPU jumping to a high frequency to deliver more processing power.
Since I rarely need all that power, I have changed the power plan to not allow CPU to go beyond 99% (Processor power management -> maximum processor state = 99%).
This prevented the CPU from going to higher frequencies (Power Boost Option?) and the fan almost never goes to a high speed.
Currently, I am making the switch manually and it is quite tedious: power plan -> change advance power settings -> change the maximum processor state.
I would like to make this as simple as possible, ideally using shortcut keys to use my default (99%) and 100% maximum processor state.