Lenovo has a pretty well-built software ecosystem that consolidates almost all hardware and even some software settings into one application called Lenovo Vantage.
Under the hardware menu, we find settings for battery, audio/visual, input, smart settings (sensors), and a virtual assistant.
Battery settings are the most important settings of any notebooks, and here we can see everything about battery help and we can do things like put the notebook in conservation mode.
Application-based settings are also available, such as Dolby audio settings. You can also have the notebook mute other applications when making VoIP calls.
TP rejection is important for users who use the touchpad but also Type-C lot, and here we have those settings.
The BIOS isn't your typical UEFI, instead, it's a very basic BIOS with few options. However, that is what we typically see in notebooks like this. You can, of course, do things like disable WIFI and some features.