How to manage Windows Vista power management features

Hi guys

I searched a bit in the technical knowledge of the Toshiba and found a very interesting article on Windows Vista power management features.

* [How to manage Windows Vista power management features | http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD84026Q0000R01.htm] *.

The fact is that you will not find one tool of Toshiba Power Saver on Vista as on Windows XP laptops and the parameters energy saver is a bit hidden in Vista power saving settings.

But you can also control some options as a method of cooling or power saving Mode.

I think that it could be interesting for some people here in the forum!

Greetings to all!

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Thanks JayJay.

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