This functionality can be used to create one or more custom profiles settings. Custom user profiles will include a subset of settings supported by the processor and can be tailored to a specific user scenario and applied accordingly.
Custom Setting Profile main view is split into two parts:
The top part shows all of the available profiles previously saved by the user. All of the columns in this section represent options/fields chosen during the profile creation
The bottom part is used to view all of the settings related to the selected profile. The header of this section shows the name of the selected profile, followed by information about profile settings.
How to Create or Edit Custom Profile
Create Custom Profile
Custom setting profiles can be created by clicking on the Create Profile button located in the Settings section. After this, you’ll see a Create Profile dialog which has multiple fields related to the new profile, some of those fields are mandatory while others are optional.
Profile Name: A mandatory field that specifies the name of the profiles being created
Profile Description: This is an optional field that can be used to add a meaningful description for a newly created profile
Apply On Application Start: This option is mandatory and has its default value set to OFF. This option can be used to specify if a newly created profile will be applied every time when application starts.
Application Start Power State: This option is only available when Apply On Application Start is set to ON. If Apply On Application Start is set to ON, this feature lets you choose which power state should be used as a trigger to load to your profile. There are three available states:
Any State: This is the default option which tells the application to load a custom setting profile regardless of the power state which can be any of the two AC (Plugged In) / DC (On Battery). This option should always be used for desktop computers.
Plugged In: This power state specifies that the profile can be loaded only when the computer is Plugged In or is using AC Power.
On Battery: This power state specifies that the profile can be loaded only when the computer is On Battery or is using DC Power.
Once the profile is created it will be listed under the Custom Profiles section. The profile will contain all of the settings that were active at the time of profile creation.
Edit Custom Profile
You can edit the profile name, description, startup option and power state option for any profile by selecting the profile and clicking the Edit button.
NOTE: that you cannot modify or update an existing profile setting. If this is something you intended to do, the easiest way would be to either delete the profile, apply new settings, and create a new profile;or to simply create a new profile and leave the current profile as is.
Apply Settings For Selected Profile
Profile settings can be applied by selecting the profile and clicking the Apply button. Apply Changes dialog will list all of the changes that will be applied to the current settings.
NOTE: If the currently loaded settings and selected profile settings match, there will be no action taken.
How To Apply Custom Profile Settings On Application Start
You can apply any profile settings on application start by following these steps:
Select preferred profile
Click Edit button
Toggle Apply On Application Start to ON
Set preferred startup Power State (if you don't know which one to set use the default one Any State)
Click Save button, ensure that UI reflects all of your changes and close Advanced CPU Settings window
On the main Quick CPU form go to Options menu and choose "Start application on system startup" menu item
To start application minimized to system tray choose "Start on system tray" menu item
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