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Here you can use the drop-down menus to adjust the display and sleep settings for a particular plan However, you can also change advanced power settings by clicking the link (see Figure 11-13) and making further adjustments as desired This action opens the Advanced Settings dialog box, shown in Figure 11-14 You can expand the list of power saving options and simply choose features as desired
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Using the Power Options window, you can click the Choose What The Power Button Does link and configure what happens when you press the power button This configuration, though simple, is important for laptop computing, and you certainly should be familiar with the options for the exam If you click the link option in the left pane, you see a System Settings window, shown in Figure 11-15
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Click the drop-down menu to choose if the computer shuts down, sleeps, hibernates, or does nothing when the power button is pressed You can also use the System Settings window to require a password when the computer comes out of sleep or hibernation When you re done here, just click Save Changes
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Understanding Sleep and Hibernation
The exam loves to focus on minute details of an issue, and the difference between sleep and hibernation modes is likely to be one of them The exam may put you in a situation where a laptop user has certain power needs, and then ask you to choose which power option would be best The two possible right answers will typically come down to sleep and hibernation Sleep and hibernation are the only two power-saving states available Standby is no longer available as it was in previous versions of Windows, but sleep combines the standby and hibernation features When you put the computer to sleep, all of your work, including information about programs you were using, is written to the hard disk and saved When the computer wakes, Windows restores everything that was open in your previous session in a matter of seconds A small amount of power still runs to the computer during a sleep state, but the quick waking time is much faster than having to restart your computer and reopen applications and documents Hybrid sleep is an option available on some PCs that uses less power than regular sleep (it s a hybrid between sleep and hibernation) Hibernation, on the other hand, does the same thing as sleep, but it doesn t require any power to maintain hibernation However, hibernation typically takes longer to recover from, than sleep So, for tricky exam questions, the issue here is power If you need to put your laptop in a state that it remembers what you were doing but doesn t use any power at all to do so, hibernation is the way to go
In addition to these settings, you can also create a custom power plan This process is rather straightforward, and Exercise 11-5 shows you how
11: Con gure Windows Update, Data Protection, and Power Options
EXERCISE 11-5
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Creating a Custom Power Plan
To create a custom power plan, follow these steps 1 Log on to Windows Vista with an Administrator account 2 Open Control Panel | Power Options 3 In the left console pane, click Create A Power Plan
4 In the Create A Power Plan window, shown next, choose a default plan that most closely resembles the plan you want to create and give your plan a name The default plan you choose will serve as a base plan for you to customize Click Next
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5 Choose the display and sleep settings for your plan and click Create 6 Now your custom plan appears on the Power Plan portion of the Power Options window Click the Change Plan Settings link to further customize it as desired
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