PowerSense includes the following:
Ultra Performance Mode is custom-designed to exceed even the highest Windows power mode. When PowerSense sees that you’re playing a game, for example, it will automatically go into Ultra Performance Mode, engaging all processor cores at maximum clock speed, jettisoning all non-essential background programs and services, and flushing your RAM of any old and unnecessary remnants.
Endurance Mode, on the other hand, reduces battery consumption when the top priority is a long-lasting mobile session, especially when writing, reading or web browsing.
Variations of these PowerSense Modes are built into LiveBoost, suited specifically to multimedia editing, gaming, office multitasking, graphic design and other popular activities that demand different degrees of system speed and stamina. In a future article we’ll look in detail at PowerSense Modes, including how to create, edit and save your own customized versions.
And finally, PowerSense automatically detects when your PC is idle, and switches it into a power saving mode after an interval you specify. This reduces overall component wear-and-tear while also conserving battery life for times you are away from a power outlet.