power save modecomputing dictionary

<computer architecture> A feature of a component or subsystem designed to actively reduce its power consumption when not in use. Almost any electronic device might benefit from having a power save mode but the most common application is for portable computers which attempt to conserve battery life by incorporating power saving modes in the CPU, display, disks, printer, or other units.

(01 Mar 1995)

<mathematics> The powerset of a set S is the set of possible subsets of S, usually written PS.

(01 Mar 1994)

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Powersoft Corporationcomputing dictionary

<company>

A leading vendor of client/server application development tools.

In February 1994, Watcom became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Powersoft Corporation which merged with Sybase on 13 February 1995. In April 1995, the new company is the fastest growing top-ten software company and the seventh largest software company in the world.

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Headquarters: Concord, Massachusetts, USA.

(01 Mar 1995)

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power sourcemedical dictionary

A device that supply energy, most commonly in the form of electricity.

(12 Dec 1998)

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