Category: System and Controller
Manufacturer: Dell Computer Corp.
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 186 KB
Operating System: Windows Vista
Latest Version / Release Date: 1043.1.0.1 / 25 Jun 2007
The DEL0100 ACPI UTILITY is actually a manufacturer's representation of the open industry standard for the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface. This particular specification was defined based on the collaboration of some of the leading computer industry experts. This functionality is commonly embedded in the motherboard chipsets and is supported by the mainstream operating system platforms. The implementation of the corresponding device driver establishes a standardized interface the is directed to the operating system platform. This particular utility is largely responsible for managing the power usage of different notebook and desktop computer systems and even network servers. What this means is that all power related services is controlled or is part of the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface functionality. In a sense this feature set makes it possible for the host computer system to send the different attached hardware components into standby mode.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The implementation of the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface can be in the form of a source code relative to the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface Component Architecture. The source code supported by the device driver allows for an operating system independent implementation. This means that it is possible to implement this functionality in virtually all types of computer systems that are functioning. The cross platform implementation of the DEL0100 ACPI UTILITY makes it adaptable to practically any type of operating system environments. For mobile computing systems like laptops or notebooks, the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface utility is used to lower the energy consumption of the host computer system without necessarily sacrificing its performance. This is commonly achieved by the corresponding device driver by deactivating non-critical system processes that are currently active. These terminated services may be reactivated by the computer user depending on the host computer system's specification. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DEL0100 ACPI UTILITY errors before installing any driver updates.