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Windows 7: Need new Power Scheme

17 Nov 2010   #1

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Need new Power Scheme

I have a windows 7 home premium laptop and I would like to ask one question. How do you create your own power plan? This is what I have in mind:

1.Everyime when I plug in my laptop charger, I want it switch to High Performance with the highest brightness setting on

2. When I unplug the laptop charger, I want it to switch to power saver mode with the lowest brightness setting on.

Does anyone know I can configure this?

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18 Nov 2010   #2

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by javelin009 View Post
I have a windows 7 home premium laptop and I would like to ask one question. How do you create your own power plan? This is what I have in mind:

1.Everyime when I plug in my laptop charger, I want it switch to High Performance with the highest brightness setting on

2. When I unplug the laptop charger, I want it to switch to power saver mode with the lowest brightness setting on.

Does anyone know I can configure this?
in the power settings there are different options for plugged in and on battery just modify the one you use or create a new one or copy the one you use and change the on battery settings then name it differently and use that one

EDIT: btw i think you should have made a new thread for this question


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18 Nov 2010   #3

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pusspa View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by javelin009 View Post
I have a windows 7 home premium laptop and I would like to ask one question. How do you create your own power plan? This is what I have in mind:

1.Everyime when I plug in my laptop charger, I want it switch to High Performance with the highest brightness setting on

2. When I unplug the laptop charger, I want it to switch to power saver mode with the lowest brightness setting on.

Does anyone know I can configure this?
in the power settings there are different options for plugged in and on battery just modify the one you use or create a new one or copy the one you use and change the on battery settings then name it differently and use that one

EDIT: btw i think you should have made a new thread for this question
Sorry I don't know how too. Right now, I have to manually switch to different power settings. I am just asking if theres a way of making it switch automatically?
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18 Nov 2010   #4

 
 

just choose create a power plan, and copy high performance, then change the on battery settings


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