04-25-2016 10:35 AM - edited 04-25-2016 11:59 AM
Hi, I've got a problem when using my Thinkpad Yoga S1 2-in-1, in tablet mode.
I cannot find a way to put it into the standby mode when it is in tablet mode, to let me simply carry it grabing the screen, because as soon as I touch the screen it goes on, and the it is very annoying. Everytime, when I am moving from one place to another I have to turn keyboard around, rather than simply put it into the standby mode by turning off the screen, like I do with my tablets or phones.
Till now I thought that setting the power button to turn on and off the screen should act like the standby mode, but when I hit the power button and the screen goes off, it still turns on by touching it.
I am not interested in putting the laptop into sleep mode, as I am using it to different situations and it is too slow to wake up the machine.
I would be suprised if there would not be any way to enable the standby mode in my TPY like it works with other tablets/phones.
05-17-2016 03:11 PM
It took me some time to get it, since I didn't know about this subject.
Are you looking for what is called "Modern Standby Sleep" in Windows 10? I read some page at MS about it and it seems that my Thinkpad Yoga 14 does not have support for it. I just check it executing "
powercfg /a" and it says that S0 is not allows in my system (check my attached screenshot).
What is hybrid sleep? I have to check on that.
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