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> Commands P
Turns power management on and off, reports the status of power
management, and sets levels of power conservation.
Display the current power setting:
- Conserves power when applications and hardware devices are
idle. In some cases, performance may be affected if an
application is active instead of idle. Use MAX for maximum power
conservation. Use REG, the default setting, to balance power
conservation with application and device performance. Use MIN if
the performance of an application or device is not satisfactory
when you specify MAX or REG.
- Turns off power management.
- If your computer supports the Advanced Power Management (APM)
specification, STD conserves power by using only the
power-management features of your computer's hardware. If your
computer does not support the APM specification, STD turns off
You must use the DEVICE command in your CONFIG.SYS file
to install the POWER.EXE device driver before you can use
the POWER command.
- Windows NT