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Customizing Your VAIO

Customizing Your VAIO Computer > Using the VAIO Power Management n130 N Using the VAIO Power Management Power management helps you set up power plans for running on AC or battery power to suit your requirements for power consumption. The VAIO Power Management function is added to the Windows Power Options. With this software application, you can enhance the Windows power management functions to ensure better operation of your computer and longer battery life. Selecting a Power Plan When you start the computer, a power status icon appears on the taskbar. This icon indicates what kind of power source you are currently using. Click this icon to display the window that shows your power status. To select a power plan 1 Right-click the power status icon on the taskbar and select Power Options. 2 Select your desired power plan. To change the power plan settings 1 Click Change plan settings on the right of your desired power plan in the Power Options window. Change the Sleep mode and display settings as needed. 2 If you need to change the advanced settings, click Change advanced power settings and go to step 3. Otherwise, click Save changes. 3 Click the VAIO Power Management tab. Change the settings for each item. 4 Click OK.

Customizing Your VAIO Computer > Selecting Graphics Modes n131 N Selecting Graphics Modes Connecting the supplied or optional docking station to your computer enables you to use both the graphics accelerators on the docking station and on the computer. Some features and options in this section may not be available on your computer. See the specifications to find out about the configuration of your computer. About Graphics Modes with Graphics Accelerators When connecting the docking station to your computer, you can use two graphics modes. Depending on the number of external displays connected to the computer and the docking station, your computer automatically switches a graphics mode to the optimal graphics mode. ! While a graphics mode selection is in progress, your computer screen may go blank or temporarily show some noise or flicker. This is normal and does not indicate a malfunction.