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Include an additional profile that's really handy with Win10

Toggling between power modes in Win10 is a PITA, but you can automate it on WM_POWERBROADCAST events using your tool. The following profile automatically sets the power mode to "Power Saver" on DC and "Maximum Performance" on AC.

<profile name="Power Mode toggle" default="True">
<eventHandlers>
<switchToBattery>
<action type="StartProcess" processName="powercfg.exe" workingDirectory="C:\Windows\System32" arguments="/S a1841308-3541-4fab-bc81-f71556f20b4a" allowMultiple="False" description="Switch to Power Saver" batteryPercentMin="0" batteryPercentMax="100" />
</switchToBattery>
<switchToAc>
<action type="StartProcess" processName="powercfg.exe" workingDirectory="C:\Windows\System32" arguments="/S 8c5e7fda-e8bf-4a96-9a85-a6e23a8c635c" allowMultiple="False" description="Switch to Full Power" batteryPercentMin="0" batteryPercentMax="100" />
</switchToAc>
<batteryPercentIncreased />
<batteryPercentDecreased />
</eventHandlers>
</profile>

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