Modern Standby vs Connected Standby

MonikaGShah

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What is exact difference between modern standby and connected standby ?
Does all computer components support modern standby?
Does all windows support modern standby?
 

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AdrianG001

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What is exact difference between modern standby and connected standby ?
Does all computer components support modern standby?
Does all windows support modern standby?
Connected Standby is a device operating mode for Windows in which a device can remain in a low-powered, idle condition but can still be transitioned immediately to a fully operational state.

Connected Standby enables a Windows on ARM (WOA) powered processor to consume minimal battery power when it is not being used and/or its display is off.

Windows 10 Modern Standby (MS) expands the Windows 8.1 Connected Standby power model to be more inclusive and allows systems based on rotational media and hybrid media (for example, SSD + HDD or SSHD), and/or a NIC that doesn’t support all of the prior requirements for Connected Standby to still take advantage of the low power idle model. In Modern Standby, the PC uses the S0 low power idle model. Modern Standby has the flexibility to configure the default behavior to limit network activity while in the low power state.
Windows 10 reduces power consumption by the OS and only wakes from the lowest power state when absolutely necessary. With Modern Standby, the system wakes when there is real time action required, such as OS maintenance, or a user wakes the system.
Modern Standby is available for both Windows 10 desktop and Windows 10 Mobile.

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Adrian
 
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