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AFK? PowerSense Helps Save Your Battery

For times when your priority is a long-lasting laptop battery, PowerSense can trigger Windows Power saver automatically after your PC is idle for an interval of time that you specify. To enable this function:

  1. Within System Mechanic, click LiveBoost >> Configuration.
  2. Check the box next to Automatically switch to Power Saver mode after PC is idle for 5 seconds.
  3. Use the arrows to choose an interval of time other than 5 seconds, if desired.
  4. The Power saver plan will engage at the desired time, dimming your monitor and scaling back processor cores to prolong battery life.
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