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PowerTOP is a Linux tool that finds the software component(s) that make your laptop use more power than necessary while it is idle. As of Linux kernel version 2.6.21, the kernel no longer has a fixed 1000Hz timer tick. This will (in theory) give a huge power savings because the CPU stays in low ... [More]
Linux ACPI client is a command-line tool, similar to the "apm" command, that provides information on battery status, AC power, and thermal readings.
This tinny program will save up to 70% of your battery by disabling those nice, but greedy Vista features. Running in task bar with private workset of 5.5M and 0% CPU it will do all work for you, by enabling and disabling customizable features when power source changed or battery power fall under certain percent.
KPowersave provides battery monitoring, CPU frequency control and suspend/standby triggers, and more power management features for KDE. It uses HAL (formerly the powersave daemon) and supports APM and ACPI for several architectures.
wmbattery displays the status of your laptop's battery in a small icon. This includes if it is plugged in, if the battery is charging, how many minutes of battery life remain, and battery status (high - green, low - yellow, or critical - red). There's nothing in the program that makes it ... [More]
GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon written in C that controls high level policy for laptop and PC machines. It uses the power management objects from upower.
Provides battery,temperature,ac,cpufreq (SpeedStep,Powernow!) control and monitoring.Proper suspend to disk/ram and standby by shell hooks that are easy to extend.APM and ACPI machines are supported equally.For laptops as well as for workstations.
Battery Monitor is a very lightweight battery status monitor for windows. It shows a small non-bugging window in the upper left of your first screen, showing a coarse overview over the status of your notebook battery.
PHP info script which currently runs on Linux and FreeBSD; other Unix operating systems and Windows are planned. The Linux version works exclusively by parsing the contents of /sys/ and /proc/ for optimum speed and security. Latest code is in SVN.