Configuring Mobile Options

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Lab 16
CONFIGURING MOBILE OPTIONS

|Exercise 16.1 |Configuring Power Options | |Overview |In Exercise 16.1, you examine the power settings used in the default power plans provided in Windows 7.| | | | |Completion time |20 minutes |

|Question 1 |How many power plans are available for your selection in the Power Options control panel? | | |3 |

Table 16-3
Default Windows 7 power configuration settings

|Setting |Balanced |Power Saver |High Performance | |Turn off the display |10 |5 |15 | |Put the computer to sleep |0 |0 |0 |

|Question 2 |How do the different settings enable the Power saver plan to be more energy efficient than | | |the Balanced plan? | | |Because the time to turn off the display is half of what the balanced plan is. The display | | |will cease using power twice as fast in the power saver plan. |

|Question 3 |How do the different settings enable the High performance plan to achieve greater performance| | |levels than either of the other two plans? | | |The system gets full power all the time. Power isn’t taken away at all so everything in the | | |system is at its full potential. |

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Default Windows 7 advanced power configuration settings

|Setting |Balanced |Power Saver |High Performance | |Require a password on wakeup | | | | |Turn off hard disk after |20 minutes |20 minutes |20 minutes | |Wireless Adapter Settings \ Power |Maximum Performance |Maximum Performance |Maximum Performance | |Saving Mode | | | | |Sleep after |0 |0 |0 | |Allow wake timers |Enable |Enable |Enable | |USB selective suspend setting |Enabled |Enabled |Enabled | |Power button action |Shut down |Shut down |Shut down | |Link State Power Management |Moderate power savings |Maximum power savings |Off | |Minimum processor state |0 |0 |0 | |System cooling policy |Active |Passive |Active | |Maximum processor state | | | | |Turn off...
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