PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant 1.0.3

Operating systemsOS : Windows 98/Me,Windows 2000,Windows XP/2003/2008,Windows Vista
Program licensingSoftware Licensing : Shareware ($7.00)
CreatedCreated : Jun 8, 2009
Size downloadDownload size : 0.41 MBytes
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Save power - Save money - Save the planet

Windows has great power management schemes. With them you can define how long Windows should wait when you are not using your PC before it will turn off stuff like the monitor, saving you money.

That' s great but if you are like most people, it' s not that you don' t care about the planet, it' s just so irritating to go grab a coffee and find everything has timed out and you have to wait for it to fire back up. We all know about wiggling the mouse right?
Windows lets us have more than one power scheme, so we can have one that we use during the day that doesn' t switch anything off but then if you have a late meeting and don' t get back to your PC it will burn electricity all night.

We can have another scheme that switches stuff off after say 20 minutes but you don' t want that just because Jeff wanted to tell you about his weekend at the water cooler right?

It' s a hassle to swap between them and so in reality most of us just don' t bother - right?

The Solution
PowerSlave is FREE for personal use and it helps control the power scheme used by Windows.
It allows you to define your working day start time and end time. It then lets the user choose one power scheme that will be used during the working day and a second power scheme that will be used at night.

When PowerSlave sees that the time has gone past the end of your working day it switches to the night-time power scheme. When you come back in the morning it will see that we are back in work hours and automatically switches back to your chosen day time plan.

There is no built in way of working effectively with different power profiles in the Windows operating system. Microsoft only offers one power profile in Windows XP and two (battery and plugged in) in Windows Vista. There are no PC power management options that allow a user to define power profiles based on time and day. This would make sense as the requirements should be different at night when you are less likely to be working.
A user who needs to access the computer system quickly at work does not necessarily want to use a energy saving power profile that shuts down the computer monitor, hard drives or even hibernates. The situation might be different at home for the same user where time is normally not a pressing matter.
Enter PowerSlave , a PC power management software utility for the Windows XP and Windows Vista operating system. PowerSlave allows a user to create a day time and night time plan for the computer system. These two plans can be configured individually with power schemes that are taken directly from the operating system.
The PC power management software can be configured to run any of the available power schemes in the configured time period which makes it dead easy to set different power plans for day and night use.

PowerSlave is FREE for personal use, charities and schools whilst businesses will quickly recover the modest $7 per user in power savings.

What is new in official PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant 1.0.3 software version? - Updated to fix issue caused by windows update on XP PCs Added labeshowing current plan. What is expected in the future? Newly-made PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant 1.1 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 1.2 release build. You may download powerslave.msi directly, estimated download time by ISDN or CDMA [~128 kbit/s] is 0:00:23. Just write the reviews of the PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant. System requirements are .Net Framework 2.0. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant found to be clean. No guide or PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant tutorial available. The following languages are supported by PowerSlave a Power Savings assistant: English.

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