Yes! You can have the option to detect Xbox controller and joystick events to adjust the auto power options!
From version 1.11, Auto Power Options OK enables the possibility if activate Keyboard Events to detect Xbox Controller and / or Joystick Events, so the Keyboard Events setting includes the Xbox One, Xbox 360 Controller, and other joystick events. Please also check whether the calibration fits, everyone knows the joystick / game controller calibrate under Windows 10, 8.1, .... or?
See also: ► How do i use the Auto Power Options OK under Windows!
Enabling the Xbox Controller and Joystick Events!
Please start Auto-Power-Options-OK and activate the optional setting
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PS: If you do not have a Xbox controller or joystick then you do not need this new option either, simply ignore or disable.
It is a simple yet effective tool, use it and get in touch with the more power save benefits!
If you have an Xbox Controller, or Joystick, and you're on the Surface PRO, or GO on the go and Play Xbox or other Games, you're in for the extra battery life thanks to Auto-Power-Options-OK.
As you can see in the screenshot on top, taken on Windows 10, you can easily detect the Xbox controller and joystick events through the power-saving tool, but this solution can easily be applied to older versions of Microsoft's Windows operating systems to have more of the battery, or simply to love the green nature and indirectly reduce CO-2 emissions.
The nice thing here is that it does not matter to the energy-saving tool, whether it's a native Windows desktop computer, on the go on the tablet PC, or Surface Pro / Go, or even a business server operating system is used in commercial use.
It is very useful and advantageous to have more of the battery, or simply to reduce the power consumption on the computer. It's a simple yet effective tool to save energy!
FAQ 2: Updated on: 1 May 2020 19:58