Alternatives to Power Plan Assistant for all platforms with any license

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  • BatteryCare icon

    BatteryCare

    BatteryCare is a software created to optimize the usage and performance of the modern laptop's battery.

    Free Windows

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    • Bundleware Opencandy installer. Be careful or choose the portable version.
  • Battery Mode icon

    Battery Mode

    Replaces Windows default battery indicator to a more powerful and useful one. It provides backlight control, easy power scheme selection, detailed battery information...

    Free Windows

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  • Aerofoil icon

    Aerofoil

    Aerofoil extends Vista and Windows 7 notebook battery life by: * Allowing you to manually disable Aero Glass. * Optionally managing Aero Glass user...

    Open Source Windows

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  • Power Scheme Switcher icon

    Power Scheme Switcher

    This is a very simple utility that exposes an icon in the system tray and allows you to quickly change the Power Plan Scheme from there. Features - Shows the active...

    Open Source Windows

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  • Power Manager Professional icon

    Power Manager Professional

    Automate, manage, and reduce the running costs of your customers' Macs with Power Manager Professional. Power Manager Professional will save you and your...

    Commercial Mac

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  • Power Switch icon

    Power Switch

    Power Switch - Automatically switch between power plans depending on the power source to derive the maximum backup and system performance. Easily switch between power...

    Commercial Windows

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Power Plan Assistant Comments

Waste of time

Negative Comment by jhs39
about Power Plan Assistant May 2015

Don't waste your time with this program. There is a known issue in Windows 7 where the power plan gets changed automatically to high performance. I was hoping this program would stop that from happening and keep whatever power plan was chosen by the computer user but all it does is change the power icon in the system tray--the power plans still change on their own. This is no better than using the built in windows power option function.

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