Microsoft has designed Windows 7 with a strong focus on reducing the overall power consumption by investing in key areas of the platform including performance optimizations, idle resource utilization, device power management, and key end-user scenarios.
Power Management Improvements Windows 10/8/7
In a recently released whitepaper, Microsoft has outlined the power management technologies in Windows 7 that reduce power consumption. The seven core areas are:
1) Idle Resource Utilization
2) Trigger Start Services
3) Enhanced Processor Power Management
6) Timer Coalescing
4) Adaptive Display Brightness
5) Low-Power Audio
6) Bluetooth Power Improvements
7) Networking Power Improvements
Windows 7 helps companies reduce the costs of running their computers by enhancing the operating system’s power consumption and management features.
The power management technologies in Windows 7 provide platform and processor efficiencies that reduce power consumption and can help lower energy costs. It also provides a better user experience with longer battery life for specific scenarios. Additionally, Windows 7 provides diagnostic tools that enable IT pros to better manage and troubleshoot power management issues on computers and to extend the battery life for portable computers.
Download: Microsoft Whitepaper – Windows 7 Power Management.