I recently upgraded to the latest version of Windows 10 (Windows 10 Pro 2004 release), and Microsoft has (again) changed the power management options. The techniques used in prior Windows releases to be able to maximize performance (for example, to select a High Performance scheme, or change settings to ensure that the CPUs are running at 100%) do not work with this release. There may be powercfg commands, registry settings, or group policies that might help, but I have not been able to figure that out.
Sorry for the verbose context setting, but it leads to a question and possible feature request:
Question: Are there ways to once again expose the advanced settings for a High Performance power scheme, such the Processor settings mentioned above? For example, PS scripts, powercfg commands, registry tweaks that will work in this new version of Windows.
Possible Feature Request: In reading documentation about the powercfg.exe command, there appears to an option /REQUESTSOVERRIDE to set a Power Request override for a particular process or service. Is this something that Cantabile could leverage to request (demand) a particular power management profile, regardless of the active Power Management Scheme?
NOTE: No comments needed about how staying on older versions might be safer, but I tend to stay current on Windows versions. So I would really prefer solutions that apply to the most current versions.