Windows 7 Change Power Plan Options

September 16th, 2011

In windows 7,you can change your power plan options to reduce the amount of power your computer uses, maximize performance, or balance to  make your laptop battery last longer.

1.Go to Control Panel (Small Icons View) and click Power Options

2.In the left pane of Power Options window,you can Create a power plan or choose when to turn off the display or choose what the power button does or if disable password when wakeup

3.In the right pane of Power Options window,you can select a power plan and change Power plan settings

4. After Click Change plan settings ,you can click Change Advanced Power settings to customize other advanced Power options

5.In the Advanced Power Options window,you can customize more power options such as enable or disable hibernate ,change the power options of disk / cpu / monitor and so on

9 Responses to “Windows 7 Change Power Plan Options”

  1. […] 1.Go to control Panel (Small icons view) and click Power Options […]

  2. Eliza says:

    統一教会だから何をやっても認めない すばらしくカルトチックな記事です カルト脳全開といったところだね アメリカじゃSeijin君のことは 他でも記事にされています 統一教会だからというバイアスなしでダメなものはダメ 良いものは良いと云えなければダメダメ記者と新聞もどきでしょう そういえば統一教会に関する良いことは書かない それが藤倉のポリシーでしたね すばらしい英語力でSeijin君の記事でも読んでくださいな Dallas, TX) Salutations from Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings will be read at the Faith, Freedom and Family Rally at Dallas City Hall Plaza at 10:00 a.m. Monday, Jan. 2, 2012. Mayor Rawlings’ welcoming raermks will be read by talk-show host Ester Davis, who joins local civic and religious leaders, as well as Japanese-Americans wearing kimonos, to welcome two university students who have embarked on a 2,300-mile bicycle ride to raise awareness of religious freedom in Japan and other countries. The cyclists began the tour at Atlanta’s Gold Dome State Capitol on Dec. 15, 2012. The keynote speaker at the rally will be Bishop Harold Edwards, leader of the Church of the Living God in Dallas. Organizers say the goal of the tour is to raise public awareness of the fact that since 1966 more than 4,000 Unification Church members in Japan, as well as significant numbers of members of other faiths, have been abducted and confined for months or years of psychological and physical abuse in an effort to break their faith. Houston resident Mrs. Taeko White will recount her experience of abduction and deprogramming in 1981. Jeffrey White, 24, her son, will read a tribute to his mother. Mr. Luke Higuchi, a Japanese survivor of abduction and forced conversion, will report his experience at the rally.Advertisement Mr. Seijin Tranberg and Mr. Joshua Wildman, both 22, began their Freedom Ride on December 15, 2011 in Atlanta, the birthplace of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, under the banner of Faith, Freedom, and Family. Prior to starting their tour, Mr. Tranberg briefed twelve congressmen at their offices on Capitol Hill. All 12, representing states from Georgia to California, expressed support for persecuted religious people of the world by signing Mr. Tranberg’s route map and posing with him for photographs. Mr. Tranberg also is calling the rally to raise awareness of the rights abuses against religious minorities the world over, including Baptists in Russia, Coptic Christians in Egypt, Bahai’s in Iran, and many others. Representatives of several persecuted minority groups, including African Christians, Hindus, Muslims, and others will be on hand. The rally has sparked supportive comment from local leaders. Rev. Don E. Peavy, Sr., Associate Minister, New Vision Christian Church in Fort Worth has written: We wish Seijin and Joshua Godspeed in their momentous adventure to spread the Gospel of the common bond we all share as children of God. Their mission is particularly critical at this moment given the mass killings in Nigeria on Christmas Day and the religious insensitivity and intolerance which continue to keep far too many people from living the abundant life for which Jesus the Christ came into the world. Contact: Laura Lea media relations HSA UWC Unification Church of Texas

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