Windows, by default, puts your laptop to sleep once you close the lid. This can be very frustrating if you need your laptop to stay awake, especially during presentations, downloads, or remote desktop sessions where you use your laptop as a secondary monitor.

In this guide, we'll explore the steps to keep your laptop awake even when the lid is closed, ensuring uninterrupted productivity and workflow.

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