Change Windows Core Parking Performance Through Power Options
There are a number phenomenal number of discussion on the Internet about Windows core parking. A number of software has also been provided to accomplish the same thing through different means. But Windows already provide the facility to set core parking values; it's just hidden from the user.
The attached Windows registry mod changes Windows registry to show the changeable settings in "Power Options". To apply, simply download and double-click it. The registry file content is in text format, so you can verify the content yourself using Notepad.
The following is a screen shot of what you'd see in "Power Options" after applying this registry change.
The screen shot shows the default values. Although this is a screen shot of "My Custom Plan 1 [Active]", the values are the same for "Balanced", "High performance", and "Power saver". This screen shot is taken on MSi Wind U100 netbook running Windows 7 Ultimate.
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