My issue is as follows. I have an APC Back-UPS RS 700G that can easily hold up my pc during a power outage for at least 15minutes. When I had Windows 7, it did without issues. After upgrading to Windows 10, the moment it senses power is out it starts shutting down the pc. Even when you run the self test on the UPS, it shuts down the pc. It's a clean install of Windows 10. I've tried messing with the power plan, using the option to shutdown pc when only 10% is left. It will always shutdown the pc immediately. It won't even prompt (ask), it just shuts down.
I installed APC monitoring software, it detects the ups correctly, it clearly states I have aproximately 20minutes of battery time. Still it's windows 10, not APC software, turning off my pc during an outage.
Can I disable this behaviour? It's ignoring my power plan, it's ignoring the ups software. Seriously considering downgrading back to 7, since it seems Windows 10 is still as buggy as ever. Is there a fix? I've tried googling for one, but I see a lot about changing power plans and other issues, unrelated to my specific problem. So I decided to make a post here, and see if someone here knows how to fix it.