The Alienware Command Center is an exclusive software that integrates in a single user-friendly interface applications designed to control features of your Alienware Computer. It comes pre-installed in your system.
To launch it, just double click the Alienware Command Center icon in your desktop or if you prefer, it can be also launched from the Windows Start menu.
Most of the within Command Center applications are found on every Alienware computer, however; some of them are available only in Desktops and some other only in Laptops. Next you can find a summary of them:
AlienFusion gives you access to your Alienware's power management controls so you can decide when you need maximum performance or when you can scale back for more everyday programs, increasing energy efficiency and extending battery life in the case of laptops.
AlienAdrenaline enables you to launch games with pre-defined system environments and actions. This Game mode enables users to create a custom shortcut that launches a game with a pre-defined system environment and sequence of actions. AlienAdrenaline also enables real-time performance monitoring and enables the user to record from the performance monitor.
If you want to learn how to use the Game Mode in the AlienAdrenaline application just check out the video below:
Video: How to Use the Game Mode on AlienAdrenaline (English Only)
Thermal Controls featured in selected Alienware Desktop systems give you access to your Alienware's management thermal system controls so you can monitor thermal status, adjust thermal control of system fans, and change the status of active venting.
If you want to have a better idea as on how to set and change the different settings within this application see this video:
Video: How to Use the Manual Mode for the Thermal Controls (English Only)
If issue persists please go to "Control Panel", "Programs and Features" and choose uninstall Command Center, when setup loads, run the "Repair" option. This will solve any software corruption in the AlienFX firmware while installing.
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Article ID: SLN128904
Last Date Modified: 11/24/2015 08:47 AM
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