Battcursor takes care of battery concerns in Windows® 7
If you do a lot of work on your laptop or when you are away from your home, the battery life is always the cause of the worry to the user. He always remains anxious about how much battery is left and how much work can be done on the laptop. Windows 7 provides the solution to it with Battcursor and Hibernate feature.
Hibernate feature is primarily designed for laptop users who always remain worried about the battery life. This is a power saving feature that extends the life of the battery. It turns off the computer while putting your documents and programs on hard disk while usingÂ least amount of power.
How to enable hibernation in Windows 7:
STEP 1 : Open Command Prompt with Administrator rights. Type CMD in Start menu and then hit Ctrl + Shift + Enter to open the Command Prompt with Admin rights.
STEP 2 : Hit enter after typing the below command:
powercfg /hibernate on Hibernate command
STEP 3 : Type exit and hit enter to close the Command Prompt.
STEP 4 : If the Hibernate option does not appear in Start menu then do the following tasks:
1) Type Power Options in Start menu and hit enter.
2) Open the link labeled “Change when the computer sleeps”, in the left pane and then open the link “Change advanced power settings”.
3) Expand the Sleep tree and turn off Hybrid Sleep, under the Advanced Sleep options
4) To see the new Hibernate entry, go back to the start menu.
Windows 7 Battcursor keeps the track of the battery life and keep the user aware of the battery status. Its power saving functions are quite impressive. Although it is a little program but offers several useful features.
The tool includes indicator to the cursor, which itself turns into a floating battery meter and whenever the battery power is low, the percentage and the visual indicator will be displayed. Aero Glass style feature allows you to set BattCursor to show Windows title bar which itself alters the color to warn you when your battery is low.
The title bars will give the blue color if the battery is full or nearly full and if your laptop is running out of battery, the spectrum will shift to the warning colors. By default it displays yellow for low and red for critical. You can also modify the colors and activate the Power profiles as the battery diminishes.
To keep the user aware, BattCursor also shows the current charge level. It also allows you to disable the Aero Glass and Windows Sidebar when certain level is attained by the battery to extract more life out of the battery. Power Profiles can be automatically switched on with the BattCursor. Once you enable the function, at the specified charge level your system will be changed from high performance to balanced to power saver.
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