Do you know where your computer is at 11:30 o'clock last night? Do you know what it is doing? Chances are that is left on and does absolutely nothing. It's hard to say what the average computer and computer monitor power vacuums. There are a wide variety of computers and the way it is used varies even more. In my experience, taking the average of the middle of all the findings I have come across, let us pretend that the average computer uses 147 watts. The computer I'm currently typing on consumes about 230 watts with 750 watts power supply and two 22 "LCD monitor, but using a word processing program does not tax the machine. If I were to start editing video or playing a video game later my lot would jump to more than 300 watts of all components will be in full use. it is enough that the statistical data, let's bring on mathematics.

(W x hours) / 1000 x cost per kilowatt = total cost
Now, if you have a 147 W PC 24/7/365, which will spend about $ 167 annually to $ 0.13/kw. It does not look too bad. Now think of the corporate office with about 100 employees on site. Still not a bad thing? Now think of the world. It would be hard to tell which of carbon will be the future that more resources are used to create electricity, but each of us can do our part.

Here, the Credo computer repair and service all our clients learn to use less energy when it comes to their work computers and other technology. We set all the computers go into standby (sleep), power down the hard disk drives and blank monitor (screen saver, power drainers are!). Another key idea is to try to instill off the computer and the monitor completely off when you know you will be away from your computer for more than 24 hours. We were building a shoebox sized computer to use as Windows Server Home (great for small offices as well) that only consume 35 watts, they are also a good choice for those who just surf the Internet software, e-mail and using productivity as well as Microsoft Office. With one of these small computers and 19-inch LCD monitor will consume less than 75 watts of power. The price of these small computers are also smaller, and able to pay for itself.

Here, the Credo computer repair and service all our clients learn to use less energy when it comes to their work computers and other technology. We set all the computers go into standby (sleep), power down the hard disk drives and blank monitor (screen saver, power drainers are!). Another key idea is to try to instill off the computer and the monitor completely off when you know you will be away from your computer for more than 24 hours. We were building a shoebox sized computer to use as Windows Server Home (great for small offices as well) that only consume 35 watts, they are also a good choice for those who just surf the Internet software, e-mail and using productivity as well as Microsoft Office. With one of these small computers and 19-inch LCD monitor will consume less than 75 watts of power. The price of these small computers are also smaller, and able to pay for itself.

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Now it's your turn to do their part. What will change?

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