Wes Bryan you mentioned a feature in Windows 10 for the power plan or scheme by going into the command prompt.
I'm currently running Windows 10 pro on an Alienware 15 R3 laptop. I recently upgraded from home to be able to keep up on some of the advanced features not available to the "home" user.
Going into the command prompt (as administrator) I attempted to go into powercfg (using both powercfg or powercfg.exe) and get the following notification.
Invalid Parameters -- try "/?" for help
I am aware that there are some features that need to be turned on in the Pro version of Windows 10, is this among them?