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Put Your Computer to Sleep
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Sleep mode is a low-power state where your computer uses very little power It s enough power to keep the memory refreshed, and have the CPU occasionally check for activity but little else Once activity is detected (such as a key pressed on the keyboard or mouse movement), the computer wakes up It will return to full power quickly, and your desktop will appear just as you left it TIP Sleep mode replaces standby mode, which was available in previous versions of WindowsYou won t find standby mode on Windows Vista You can put your computer to sleep by pressing the sleep button on your system (if it exists) You can also put your computer to sleep by selecting Start and clicking the Power button Figure 16-2 shows the Power button just to the right of the Start Search text box
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Figure 16-2 Sleep button
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Putting your computer to sleep will cause all open files to be saved and put your system in the low-power status The sleep setting requires video card support If the sleep option isn t available, upgrading your video card driver may resolve the problem Figure 16-3 shows the default settings for the power button, the sleep button, and when you close the lid You can access this page from the Choose What the Power Buttons Do link on the Power Options applet Additionally, the link Choose What Closing the Lid Does from the same Power Options applet launches the same page Each option includes three choices:
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The hibernate mode allows your computer to save the current computer environment and completely shut down Unlike in sleep mode, the computer does not use any power at all while hibernated When the computer is powered back up, the existing environment is completely restored For example, a computer could be configured to go into hibernate mode if it is left on for over 60 minutes without any activity The user may be working on a Microsoft Word document with Word still open Just prior to hibernating, all the data in RAM is stored on the hard drive The system then powers completely off
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Figure 16-3 Defining power button actions
When the system is turned back on, it recognizes that it was hibernated and the data is read from the hard drive and put back into memory, completely restoring the environment Microsoft Word would be launched with the document opened
Using the Hybrid Sleep Mode
Hybrid sleep is a combination of the sleep and hibernate modes It will save your work to your hard disk and put your PC into a low-power state Your computer will awaken quicker from hybrid sleep than it will awaken from hibernate mode However, hybrid sleep is slower than sleep because data that has been saved to the hard drive needs to be restored to RAM
Waking a Computer Up
Once your computer is asleep, you can wake it up by moving the mouse, pressing a mouse button, or pressing a key on your keyboard Additionally, if your computer has a wake-on-LAN-compliant network card, it can be awakened remotely Wake-on-LAN is sometimes called remote wake-up A remote
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computer can send a special data packet (called a magic packet) to your computer that signals the computer to wake up Even though the computer is sleeping, the network interface card (NIC) is still listening The primary purpose of wake-on-LAN NICs is so that network administrators can perform maintenance tasks remotely In other words, administrators may have scripts or servers running in the middle of the night that will perform administrative tasks on these computers The computers can go to sleep, and then when the tasks begin, the wake-on-LAN NIC will wake up the computer
Using Advanced Power Options
Windows Vista includes several different power options that you can configure individually using the Advanced Settings in the Power Options Figure 16-4 shows the Advanced Settings page Each of the options can be configured individually for the Power Saver, Balanced, and High Performance power plans
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