What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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What does Power Save Mode, do in my wireless adapter?

Any explanation will help.

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What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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Power Save Mode is a feature that helps reduce the power consumption of the wireless adapter when it’s in an unused state. For portable computers that run on cells, power save mode is widely used to maintain efficiency.
 
Enable power save mode on your portable computer to increase the battery backup time.
 
Answered By 100 points N/A #88867

What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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It is a good thing for saving battery charge, while using portable computers.  But what good does it do, on desktops?

Answered By 0 points N/A #88868

What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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Some programs may set your computer to power save mode.  You may have got it while, like say, installing screensavers.

So if you wish to get away from Power Save Mode, I would suggest you not to install Screen savers.

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What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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The purpose of Power Save Mode is actually embedded in its name. It will help you easily save energy and money.

You may not save the battery charge of your desktop, by activating Power Save Mode in it but you will surely save money from saved energy.

Answered By 100 points N/A #88870

What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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Okay. My computers are currently using Power Save Mode. They are working just fine. I am looking forward to saving money and I think this is a good start. Thanks for replies!

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What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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Answered By 70 points N/A #88872

What is Power Save Mode in a Wireless Adapter?

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The "power save mode" was specially designed for notebook and laptop users. When this mode is turned on, eBoostr can primarily load files that are cached in the USB cache instead of in the hard drive.

Doing this can prolong the battery life of your notebook or laptop when running them in battery mode. eBooster is a type of memory-caching application.

It just takes the files that are accessed most commonly and stores a copy of them on a device that can read more quickly than the hard drive.

You can either use your computer’s hard disk memory or use your computer's RAM if you still have enough space for it, or you can buy a USB storage device; for example, buy a 4GB USB key and use it as your caching device.

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