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[Solved] WinToolkit's AIO doesn't have power management priority anymore


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I was used to see that the monitor won't shut down during AIO's integration process, but this isn't the case for the latest beta.


This is dangerous for people that use WinToolkit on laptops, that have by default a very strict power management plan activated by default. HDD going to sleep in such cases can give serious headaches for the users :)

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  • 2 months later...

Was still a bug a couple of betas ago ( if I remember correctly), so probably it's still a problem.


Again, in older builds, the app (AIO when running) prevented the monitor to be turned off (aka the pc to go to sleep) by default after a period of time.

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