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Missing Power Icon in Control Panel

Posted on 1997-03-19
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A lot of computers I have seen have an icon in the control panel that looks like a battery and is labeled "Power". I don't have it and would like find a way to get it.
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nedell earned 100 total points
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you can't get it unless your system can has a green mode and you set it up as such during the win95 install process.
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this question is too misleading for a ten point answer. pretty crap really, more caught my attention than anything
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Do you have ANY idea at all how this place works? The question is answered. NOW the question is worth 10 points. When I asked the question I gave it a value of 100 points. Hence, 10% of 100 is 10 points.
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