The Offline Files feature of Windows 7 allows users to locally cache files hosted elsewhere so that these files are available when the computer is unable to connect directly to that network resource. The Offline Files feature in Windows 7 has four modes of operation which are:
Many laptop users rely on the manufacturer supplied software to monitor the laptop battery status and condition while few are the users that perform power efficiency reports which can help them fix power related issues. The Powercfg command in Windows 7 enables users to control the power settings and it has a slew of command options such as, listing all power schemes of the current configuration, displaying the contents of a specified power scheme, changing a setting in the current power scheme and many more. To list all options, type powercfg /? from an elevated command prompt.