Getting to Know Your Mobile PC Hardware in Visual Studio .NET

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Getting to Know Your Mobile PC Hardware
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When you are done using your mobile PC, you probably shut down your computer. But that means that the next time you want to use your mobile PC, you have to wait for a few seconds, or even minutes, for it to start up. If you move around a lot with your mobile PC, it can be frustrating to wait for the computer to start each time you want to use it. On the other hand, if you keep your mobile PC running, you know that you won t have enough battery power to last all day. You can optimize both the battery life and start time or your mobile PC by taking advantage of three off modes that are available with Windows XP: Standby. This mode turns off your computer, but keeps all of the information you were working on in memory so that you don t lose any work. Your mobile PC is configured to go to standby after the computer has been idle for a set period of time, or when you close the lid. You can also manually put your computer on standby. To wake it up, you either press the power button on your computer or open the lid. It takes a few seconds for your computer to restore to the state it was in before going into standby mode. Hibernate. This mode saves all your work to a special file on the hard disk and completely turns off the computer. All of your work is restored when you wake up the computer, which usually takes around 15 seconds. You can wake up your PC from Hibernate mode in the same way you wake it from Standby mode, by pressing the power button or opening the lid. Shutdown. This mode completely shuts down the computer and doesn t save or store any of your work.
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In this exercise, you ll enable your mobile PC to hibernate.
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BE SURE TO log on to your Tablet PC before beginning this exercise.
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Click Start, and then click Control Panel. In Control Panel, click Performance and Maintenance. In the Performance and Maintenance window, click Power Options.
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Tip Using the Power Options dialog box, you can also configure the settings that determine the length of inactivity before your computer goes into standby.
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In the Power Options dialog box, click the Hibernate tab.
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Important When traveling on an airplane, you are usually required to turn off your computer during take off and landing. You must therefore shutdown your computer rather than put it in Standby mode or Hibernate mode.
Close
G02TB20 Power options Enable Hibernate
Select the Enable Hibernate check box and then click OK. Click the Close button.
Getting to Know Your Mobile PC Hardware
Key Points
It s important to be able to identify the key hardware components and the different ports and sockets of your laptop to fully take advantage of its capabilities, as well as troubleshoot any problems that come up. By configuring your computer to use ClearType, you can make text easier to read on your mobile PC screen. Tablet PCs are a new type of portable computer that you can interact with by using a special pen. The available types of Tablet PCs are a slate, which has no built-in keyboard, and a convertible, which has a built-in keyboard. Tablet PC screens can rotate and can be used in both Landscape and Portrait modes, depending on the type of work you are doing. Take advantage of the Standby and Hibernate modes to better manage power on your mobile PC and maximize your battery life.
Connect to a wireless network, page 39
Protect and maintain your computer, page 44
3 at a Glance
Introduction to Networking
In this chapter you will learn to: Understand basic networking. Connect to the Internet. Use broadband Internet. Compare broadband solutions. Use wireless networking. Connect to a wireless network. Use Bluetooth wireless technology. Compare 802.11 standards and Bluetooth. Protect and maintain your computer.
With the advent of e-mail and instant messaging, setting up a network is no longer a task just for techies. In the ever-changing world of technology, people need to collaborate, whether they are at home, at work, or traveling (on business or maybe even on vacation). Using a mobile PC, you can stay in touch with people, as well as remain productive, while on the go. Fortunately for computer users, Microsoft Windows XP was designed with networking in mind. You can use the built-in tools included in Windows XP to connect your mobile PC to small or large networks. The networked computers can have different operating systems, languages, and of course, locations, and still communicate and share resources over that network. In this chapter, you will learn the fundamentals of networking and connecting to the Internet. You ll also learn about the different wireless technologies available for your mobile PC and how to protect your computer from potentially harmful content. See Also
Do you need only a quick refresher on the topics in this chapter See the Quick Reference entries on page xxi.
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