How to use Power Manager during movie playback on laptop

August 20, 2013 / Posted by David Brooks on Video/Audio Tips

The Power Manager on your device like laptop would show you the power status while you’re using the device to play movies, surf the internet, write paper works, etc. A Power Manager could let you see the battery status and help protect your laptop battery by noticing you the battery status. If you’re playing movies on your laptop or other portable devices, the Power Manager inside Leawo Blu-ray Player could help easily know your batter status and protect your battery. Check the below guide to know how to use Power Manager in Leawo Blu-ray Player to protect your laptop battery while playing movies.

How to use Power Manager in Leawo Blu-ray Player

Launch Leawo Blu-ray Player and enter the program settings panel

After you download and install Leawo Blu-ray Player, kick it off. On the main interface, you could see a gear button on the bottom right corner, by clicking which you could enter the program settings panel.

Set Power Manager

Entering the program settings panel, go to "Power Manager" tab. Then you could see 4 options.

Power status: display the power supply (AC Line or Battery) that your computer is currently using.

Enable battery protect: click to enable/disable battery protect strategies.

Stop playing when the battery is less than: When you Enalbe battery protect, this could be set. Set a number (5 to 50%) of battery volume to let the program stop playing when the battery reaches your preset volume.

Warn me when battery is less than: When you Enalbe battery protect, this could be set. Set a number (5 to 50%) to let the Power Manager alert you when the battery is below the volume of that you set.

Load movies for playback

Then, you could go back to the main interface and select source movies for playback. The Power Manager would help protect your battery as scheduled.

To know the detailed guide on using Leawo Blu-ray Player, check how to play Blu-ray/DVD/Video with Leawo Blu-ray Player on Windows.

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