Power Management - Fujitsu T5010

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  1. Sasquatchbill

    Sasquatchbill Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hey all -

    I'm having a hard time figuring out how to have different power management profiles depending on whether I'm plugged in or running on battery.

    I'd like to have high-performance settings when plugged in, and balance when running on the battery.

    How do I do this? There's gotta be a way, right?
     
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    go to control panel, power options. select a profile, then click on change plan settings. then click on change advanced power settings. you'll see that you can change the "on battery" and "plugged in" settings independently, so just tailor it for your needs.
     
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    But it then seems I'm tailoring that specific power plan for when I'm on battery and when I'm plugged in, which seems backwards to me.

    I'd rather be able to have it be "Balanced" when I'm on Battery and "High Performance" when I'm plugged in - that seems a lot more intuitive. That's how it worked on my old Toshiba M3500 (or was that a function of XP for laptops?)

    Is there a away to do that, or am I just out of luck?
     
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