Power management dialog

1 Selecting one of the options, enables the relevant profile:

High performance profile or
Power saver profile or
Auto option

Auto enables High performance if the device is plugged in and Power saver if the device is on battery power.

2 Shows the currently active profile
3 In order to distinguish between inside and outside working hours in the profiles, the working hours must be defined.1
4 Settings for the Power saver profile
5 Settings for the High performance profile (expanded in the screenshot)
6 Click to view options for working/non-working hours (default) within High performance
7 When the computer wakes from sleep, the user must log on again.2

 

Using profiles, you can pre-define settings for the power management of your computer. These settings become active when you or the system enable the relevant profile:

You can either explicitly activate one of the power management profiles or you can let the system choose by using the Auto option: If the device is plugged in, the profile High performance will be active. If the device is on battery power, the profile Power saver is activated.

To further distinguish between working hours and non-working hours, a total of four profiles are available, provided you have specified your working hours (3).3 If you do not define any working times, the Default profile is always active for Power Saver and High Performance. Any values under Working hours within a profile (6) are then not applied.

The sleep mode corresponds to Suspend to RAM (S3). For further information, see Sleep mode (Suspend) in the Scout guide.

For mobile devices, the System bar shows a battery icon.

For further information, see Live information.