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3 Practical Tips in Using Technology Everyday

29 April 2011

Standby, Hibernate or Turn off
There are times when you want to take a break after using the laptop. To further save energy, what should you do with a laptop? Standby, hibernate or turn off?

Standby have similar functions such as sleep mode for your system. The system seemed to die, but you can re-use your laptop in a few seconds after power on. You do not need to reboot, which usually takes several minutes. Only drawback laptops / PCs that use standby mode continue to consume battery energy.

Meanwhile, hibernate mode put the conditions that occur on your laptop into a temporary hard-drive file, then shut down. So, when you turn on your computer / laptop back, the file will automatically load and display exactly as before. You also do not have to bother booting. On the other hand, turn off mode is the same by turning off the computer in total, and for turning on it needs rebooting process.
Standby mode only takes a few seconds to load, while the hibernate a bit longer, about 10 to 20 seconds. Hibernate is longer, but you eliminate the risk of running out of battery energy, experienced by the standby mode.
If you just go for a time not too long, for example a few minutes only, then select the standby mode. In the meantime, if you break for quite a long pause, for example a few hours then select Hibernate. But if you're going to break in a long time, such a full day, then you should turn off only.

Longer Battery Life
Are you more likely to charge a laptop as compared to using energy from the battery? If yes, then your battery's life cycle has the potential to decrease. Especially if your laptop is constantly connected to AC power and not use the battery for long periods.

So, when you can use AC power, then dislodged the battery from the laptop. It's a little inconvenient, but certainly better than the need to replace with new battery that is expensive.

Then do not put the battery in temperatures that are too high or too cold. Temperatures that are too hot can cause the battery quickly drains energy, while cold temperatures are also less able to produce energy. Meanwhile, a new battery to be used requires a fully charged and discharged cycle several times before being able to operate with full capacity.

The importance of UPS
When you are booting up the system, but then ran out of energy or power failure, then the impact could be dangerous for your system. The risk is system can be damaged, or your PC will not boot anymore. Therefore, you need a UPS or Uninterruptible Power Supply

UPS is a device that provides the energy supply to the PC / laptop, even if occur a power failure. UPS is very important to be used mainly by PC users, because the laptop itself has a battery backup. If there is a UPS, at least you can save the documents being worked on, then turn off the computer safely.

Without a UPS, so when the power fails, your documents risk missing, even your computer can threatened not booting again.
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