In Windows 7, when a system reaches the Reserve Battery Level, does the OS perform any function(s) besides showing a popup indicating that the Reserve Battery Level has been reached?
According to this source:
Reserve power means programs and the OS are prompted to begin saving to save program and system data, and/or switch to additional battery.
Yet this source states conflicting information:
I've ... checked several MS documents and the Reserve Battery Level merely initiates a warning notification [with no action].
So, which is it? Is Reserve Battery Level only a prompt for the user, or does the OS also perform other actions?