POWER SAVER MODE OR POWER MANAGEMENT




PC power management refers to the mechanism for controlling the power use of personal computer hardware. This is typically through the use of software that puts the hardware into the lowest power demand state available. It is an aspect of Green computing….

A typical office PC might use on the order of 90 watts when active (approximately 50 watts for the base unit, and 40 watts for a typical LCD screen); and three to four watts when ‘asleep’. Up to 10% of a modern office’s electricity demand might be due to and PCs and monitors… MORE

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN WINDOWS XP

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN WINDOWS VISTA

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ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN MAC OS X

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN UBUNTU

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN ANDROID TABLET

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN IPAD TABLET

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN IPHONE

ADJUSTING POWER SAVE MODE IN ANDROID PHONE

POWERSAVE, POWERSAVER MODE

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