Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Personalized settings, part of Learning Windows 7.
- Windows 7 is particularly customizable…by the standard user.…And most standard users are going…to figure that out on their own,…but we're going to show you…a couple of little tips, or tricks or pointers,…particularly as Help Desk support individuals.…You're going to have users making changes…that will affect system operations to a degree,…or some of the personalized tools…might actually help you to diagnose…or to track user problems.…We're going to show you some of this.…Clearly, we could spend an hour…going through and playing with a lot of the gadgets,…and other personalized tools in Windows 7.…
So we're going to show you…some of the newer, relevant points,…when we talk about personalizing settings, in Windows 7.…The first area that we want to talk about is power settings,…particularly in the mobile environment.…Microsoft Windows 7 in mobile computers…allows you to set sleep mode or hibernate mode,…or essentially, what's a hybrid sleep mode.…Although, I think I would call it…a hybrid hibernate mode.…More realistic, but saying that…
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