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Sony VPCEC4S1E - VPCEC4S1E Istruzioni per l'uso Inglese

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Customizing Your VAIO

Customizing Your VAIO Computer > Using the VAIO Power Management n 96 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. ✍ You can check the current power plan settings with the VAIO Power Management Viewer in the VAIO Control Center.

Upgrading Your VAIO Computer > n 97 N Upgrading Your VAIO Computer Your VAIO computer and memory modules use high precision components and electronic connectors technology. To avoid invalidation of the warranty during your product warranty period, we recommend that: ❑ You should contact your dealer to install a new memory module. ❑ You should not install it yourself, if you are not familiar with upgrading memory on a computer. ❑ You should not touch the connectors or open the memory module compartment cover. Contact VAIO-Link if you need assistance. The type of module and the amount of memory installed on your computer may differ depending on the model you purchased. See the specifications to find out about the configuration of your computer.