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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.
Magic Monitor is a Cocoa utility for Mac OS X Leopard written by Stefano Pigozzi. Known Bugs: Exposè will hide the layer darkening your screen. I will be able to fix it when Snow Leopard comes out (Cocoa team is going to expose on NSWindow a lot of functionalities now available only with ... [More]
Gbacklight is a graphical frontend to xbacklight for adjusting the display brightness. It is a stand alone application with no dependencies other than GTK and X. Usagegbacklight options where options are --help, -h Print usage summary and exit --display, -d display Use 'display' ... [More]
ToshlcdNOTE: Upgrading your BIOS to the latest version should solve the problem. Toshlcd is a kernel module for Linux users to change the lcd brightness of Toshiba Satellite Pro A100 with Phoenix BIOS laptops. In fact, this module is only a workdaround because Toshiba doesn't support Linux ... [More]
A simple notification area applet which lets you control a Sony Vaio laptop's screen brightness. It also has prefined, configurable, modes for certain situations, plus the ability to alter brightness based on events occuring on the desktop.
VistaShades is a very small WPF program that creates an always-on-top, semi-opaque window with mouse transparency that effectively dims the screen. It was created as a workaround to systems that cannot be sufficiently dimmed through any combination of hardware and software controls.
configurator of wiimote event. Ex: modify volume from wiimote, modify brightness, mute/unmute, go to s2ram and etc.
SeeHUD is a heads-up display for Windows which provides unobtrusive notification of volume and screen brightness changes.
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