Question about Computers & Internet
Normal power settings call for a power save mode. This will allow the hard drive to spin down, the monitor to go blank, but keeps the computer in STANDBY mode until there is an input from either the keyboard or the mouse.
Sometimes you have to hit the power button.
This setting can be modified in many ways.
right click on your desktop, select properties and select the screen saver tab, at the bottom is the power setting button. you can configure how you want your system to respond to your schedule.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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