What Is Sleep Mode in Vista?

Answer Sleep mode is a means of saving energy on your computer. When you click the appropriate button, Windows Vista puts it into an energy-saving mode called sleep.

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How to Keep the Wireless on During Sleep Mode in Vista?

Your can set your system to launch a "sleep mode" after your Vista computer or laptop has remained idle for a specific amount of time. Sleep mode lowers the amount of energy the computer consumes w... Read More »

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How do I deactivate sleep mode in Windows Vista?

Click the "Start" button and then "Control Panel." Select "System and Maintenance," and then click on "Power Options." If you don't see "System and Maintenance," you have your control panel set to ... Read More »

How to Repair the Sleep Mode in Windows Vista?

Sleep Mode is a power-saving mode that allows a computer to shut down many of its processes at times of inactivity, while keeping its memory active so open programs will resume running once the com... Read More »