The "Power Saving Mode" option under the Wireless Adapter Settings section is used to configure how much power you want to save when using your wireless network card. There are four types of power saving modes available: Maximum Performance, Low, Medium and Maximum Power Saving. Your wireless network performance goes down with higher power savings. For example, choosing "Maximum Power Saving" will cause your wireless network connection to function at lower speeds.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove "Power Saving Mode"
under Wireless Adapter Settings
in Power Options
for all users in Vista
, Windows 7
, and Windows 8
You must be signed in as an administrator
to be able to do the steps in this tutorial.