Windows remembers your laptop’s brightness setting when it is running on battery or connected to a power source. However, any manual adjustments you make are only applied to one of these power plans, so you need to change the setting again whenever you connect or disconnect the charger.
LinkBrightness is an open-source utility that can help you out in this scenario. It monitors all brightness changes and updates both of your power plans while running in the background.
Unobtrusive program that links the brightness of your power plans
This application is designed to make the life of laptop users easier, especially those who frequently make small brightness adjustments and don’t want to perform the same action again when connecting or unplugging a charger.
It can run in a console window or be hidden in the system tray, and it continuously monitors the current system brightness in order to update the setting for both power plans.
Easy enough to configure, though the process isn’t particularly novice-friendly
When launched without any additional parameters, the program runs in a console window and can only be minimized. However, you can also configure it to be sent to the system tray when minimized, as well as immediately upon launch.
The simplest way to set everything up is to create a shortcut to the executable file and add one or both of the launch parameters (/hide_on_start and /hide_on_minimize) in the target field. This shortcut can then be copied to the startup folder if you want the program to be launched with windows automatically.
Great tool for laptop users that could be improved in certain respects
On the whole, LinkBrightness does its job well, but it isn’t the most polished piece of software out there. It lacks a GUI and may be a bit confusing for novices, but it works great once you have performed the initial configurations.


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SuspendTune provides a number of tools that enable the user to alter certain aspects of the ACPI suspend/resume state, including changing which devices are suspended, whether the screen saver is displayed after resume, the duration of the sleep mode, and how it is handled upon wake-up.
SuspendTune in Action:
To start with, I’d like to demonstrate how to use SuspendTune to change the screen saver after resuming from a suspend or hibernate. For this example, we’ll use the Windows 7 desktop, but the procedure should be similar for Windows XP, Vista, or any other OS.
Before We Begin:
Just like other tools, you will need to create a user account that has administrative rights.
It is assumed that you already have your Windows OS up and running.
You can always use the quick start guide to quickly change the way the screen saver works after resuming from suspend, but I’ll show how to accomplish the same thing by using the power management tools directly.
Note: If you run into any problems while using SuspendTune, make sure to check the suspend/hibernate section of the Ubuntu forums first.
First, we’ll need to activate the ACPI Power Management tool.
Open the System Settings application.

Similar to SysRescueCD, which is a full-fledged bootable Linux installer, The APT Mirror provides Windows users with a mirror that can be used for automatic downloading and installation of software packages. APT is a package management system that is used by a number of Linux distributions including Fedora and Debian and is also integrated into Ubuntu.
When a package is ready for download, an icon will appear in the notifications area of your Windows 7 desktop. This icon will provide more information on the status of the update. If all the required packages are not available, you can manually download the installation files.
Use your preferred browser to download a file called from the APT Mirror web page and save it to your desktop.

The following video shows how to download a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS, install Java, configure the File System and Internet (DNS), and install Mono.
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IMO LinkBrightness is an excellent option for laptop users who frequently make small brightness adjustments and don’t want to perform the same action again whenever they connect or unplug a charger.
In the previous video, I go over a number of different topics regarding the installation and basic use of PS2MediaServer. This video will give a brief overview of the program as a whole, including all of the available features and how you can get the most out of PS2MediaServer.
What is PS2MediaServer?
PS2MediaServer is a software program that is designed for people who have old video game consoles lying around in their home. While the program isn’t designed for those who have a huge collection of consoles, it is a great way for users to transfer their old games and other multimedia files from their old consoles to modern ones.
How Do I Get Started?
There are several ways that you can use PS2MediaServer to get started. The first is to install the program on a Windows 7 or Windows 8 computer, and then you can copy over games, music, and other multimedia files to the PS2MediaServer folder. You can also plug the console into the USB port of the computer, and then connect the console to the same USB port.
The most common method of installing the program is by using a portable media drive. To do this, you simply copy the PS2MediaServer folder to the root of your portable drive. You can then connect your portable drive to any computer with a Windows OS and run the PS2MediaServer installer.
What Are the Main Features of PS2MediaServer?
When it comes to the main features of PS2MediaServer, there are a few things that users can do. First of all, PS2MediaServer is a full emulator, which means it emulates the hardware of the original PlayStation consoles, including the system bus and even the CD-ROM drives. This allows you to play any of your old games that came on an original PlayStation console, including games that were released later on by the console.
In addition to this, PS2MediaServer can also play back CD-ROMs that were originally installed on the console. This is another great feature, because it lets you experience the graphical details of your old games by emulating the PlayStation as closely as possible.
Of course, one of the main purposes of PS2MediaServer is to transfer old games and other media files over to your modern gaming or multimedia computer. To do

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When running on battery power, laptop users sometimes make small manual brightness adjustments for gaming and web browsing. This program updates both power plans while running in the background and thus saves you from the need to change the setting again after each change.
Key Features:
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