, very useful tweak. Especially for the devices with 32 Mb ROM and 32 Mb RAM.
What is the aim of re-posting old tweaks from WM 5.0 and 6.0 here without even changing one letter? This was applicable for CE 5.2 and lower as an invitation "Welcome back to Pocket PC 2002"...
Do you understand what does this registry setting mean?
GwesPowerOffSystem function puts the system into a SUSPEND state.
Originally Posted by msdn
A key feature provided by Windows CE is support for "instant-on". This is accomplished through support for the SUSPEND state. When a device enters this state, all programs stay in memory and simply freeze. This allows the system to turn on very quickly when the user hits the power button, or when some other wake up event occurs. In the basic power management model, applications get no warning that the system is going to enter SUSPEND mode, although, as will be detailed shortly, some device drivers do get notified. The Windows CE .NET Power Manager changes that by allowing applications to receive notifications of changes in the status of system power.
If you want so badly to save power of your device even by slowing it down completely - stop copypasting old jokes and just remove battery from your phone!