Posted by: SiRu | December 31, 2009

What is HP Power Assistant? How do I install HP Power Assistant

Issue: Tell me what is HP Power Assistant and how to install it

Solution:

HP Power Assistant interface

HP Power Assistant interface

HP Power Assistant is the latest power management application from HP. It provides accurate, real-time battery capacity and power consumption information, as well as individual device power management. It gives you total visibility over your notebook PC’s reported power consumption, with tools allowing you to conserve power, stretch battery run time (if needed), and accurately monitor your reported power needs. It also gives you method for changing operating system and device configuration settings in order to manage power consumption (You can even turn off each service/program to save power). I searched on HP web site and I found that HP Power Assistant is available under the download section of HP ProBook 6545b Notebook PC.

You may Download HP Power Assistant,  Click Here

HP Power Assistant is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

HP Power Assistant Installation

1. Download HP Power Assistant from above link. Double click to Run it. Click Next

HP Power Assistant

HP Power Assistant installation

2. Accept End User License Agreement

HP Power Assistant

HP Power Assistant Installation

3. Change the folder location if you wish (Usually you do not need to change it)

HP Power Assistant

HP Power Assistant Installation

4. Click Next, and install it

HP Power Assistant

HP Power Assistant Installation

5.  Success!! :)

Note: HP Power Assistant uses dedicated hardware in the notebook, so it will not work if your Notebook is not supported, Damn ;)

HP Power Assistant has five tabs, they are Settings, Preferences, Usage Details, Charts and Help

Cheers :)

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Responses

  1. battery not detected

  2. Thanks!
    Information was helpful.


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