Tech Buzz:How to Improve Battery Life and Performance of your

What This Command Do ?

This command will generate useful information about your laptop’s energy comsumption. If  you use it correctly, you can extend your battery life and performance by great amounts.

How to Use This Command ?

Just follow below simple steps

Step 1
:To start, open the Start Menu and type “cmd” in the Start Search. 

Step 2: When the “cmd” icon appears, right click it and select “Run as administrator”. 

Step 3:Then the command line opens, run the command “powercfg -energy” without quotes. 
Step 4: Now Press “Enter” .


Windows 7 will scan your system and find ways to improve performance and power efficiency.
The results will be exported to an
HTML file, which will usually be saved in the System32” folder.

To navigate to the file, follow the path it gives you after completion. Read The file to know what is Causing so much power to drain

read more at http://geekofreak.com/2013/08/Improve-Battery-life-and-Performance.html#ixzz36JLfnq1Z


Roger Federer's "surreal" journey leads to ninth Wimbledon final

Roger Federer set a Wimbledon final clash with Novak Djokovic after
dismissing Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-4 6-4 in Friday's semi-finals at the All
England Club.

The 32-year-old Swiss is through to his ninth final at The Championships
and is bidding to win an unprecedented eighth title. Victory would mark
his 18th Grand Slam championship win and first since beating Andy Murray
on Centre Court two years ago.

"I'm extremely happy to be in another final," Federer told BBC
television as he walked off court after beating first-time semi-finalist
Raonic in one hour and 41 minutes. "It would mean a lot [to win
Wimbledon again]. I feel unbelievably proud every time I walk the
grounds here. I know I don't have 10 [years] left. I'll try to enjoy it.
The first one in 2003 was a dream come true; it's surreal that I've been
so successful here."

read more at
http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2014/06/27/Wimbledon-Friday-Federer-Raonic.aspx

Roger Federer's "surreal" journey leads to ninth Wimbledon final

Roger Federer set a Wimbledon final clash with Novak Djokovic after
dismissing Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-4 6-4 in Friday's semi-finals at the All
England Club.

The 32-year-old Swiss is through to his ninth final at The Championships
and is bidding to win an unprecedented eighth title. Victory would mark
his 18th Grand Slam championship win and first since beating Andy Murray
on Centre Court two years ago.

"I'm extremely happy to be in another final," Federer told BBC
television as he walked off court after beating first-time semi-finalist
Raonic in one hour and 41 minutes. "It would mean a lot [to win
Wimbledon again]. I feel unbelievably proud every time I walk the
grounds here. I know I don't have 10 [years] left. I'll try to enjoy it.
The first one in 2003 was a dream come true; it's surreal that I've been
so successful here."

read more at
http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis/2014/06/27/Wimbledon-Friday-Federer-Raonic.aspx

Sports News: Saina Nehwal wins Australian Open Super Series title 2014

The sixth seeded Indian, who had won the India Open Grand Prix Gold earlier this year, prevailed 21-18, 21-11 in a 43-minute contest which left her richer by $56,000.

The 24-year-old Saina, who enjoyed a 1-0 head-to-head record against Marin going into Sunday's match, logged the first point and displayed some deft net play against her rival, stroking in some delectably timed volleys to take a 5-2 lead in the opening game.

But the 21-year-old Marin was not the one to give up easily and showed just why she is considered one of the most feisty players on the circuit. She narrowed the gap to 6-8 but seemed distinctly out of her comfort zone every time Saina dragged her towards the net.

Also, Marin didn't help her cause by committing a service error to gift an easy point to Saina, who went into the interval leading 11-7 after an intriguing rally which ended with the Spaniard smashing the shuttle wide.

Marin raised her game and the decibel levels after the break but Saina was quick to counter-attack and returned her rival's attempted smashes with quiet intensity.

In between, Marin played some fine strokes but they never came consistently enough as Saina made it 17-12. Marin's dogged determination was there to be seen in every point she played for but that alone was never going to be enough to upstage a composed Saina.



The Indian, who didn't seem affected at all by Marin's aggressive outpouring of emotions after every claimed point, sealed the opening game 21-18 after her world number 11 rival smashed one into the net 23 minutes into the match.

In the second game, Marin's determination helped her take a 3-1 lead to start with but it was not too long before Saina came back into the fray, this time on the back of some well-placed strokes from the baseline.

Perhaps taking a cue from Marin, Saina too let some emotion show as she clenched her fist and shouted 'come on' after every clinched point. But one of her screams came about in the middle of a rally, prompting Marin to complain to the chair umpire, who merely asked her to continue.


read more at http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/badminton/Saina-Nehwal-wins-Australian-Open-Super-Series-title/articleshow/37445502.cms


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