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Vista Power saving stats

Vista Power saving stats

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Andrew in my team forwarded an interesting article from Infoweek which has the following nuggets of information relating to the power savings of Vista.  For companies that are looking to be more "green" and environmentally conscious this is good news - not to mention the immediate cost savings!

1. Windows Vista can reduce electricity costs. Businesses can save up to $11 per system, per year by switching to Windows Vista, due to the default power management settings. For a company with 5000 users, this means up to $47,000 of bottom line dollars can be saved annually.

2. The Vista Sleep state is more reliable than XP. Computers resume from Sleep in two seconds, which is about the same time it takes a screen to resume from Idle mode in Windows XP.

3. Power consumption reduction translates into direct CO2 savings. Carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by up to 67 kg of carbon dioxide per desktop PC, per year. For a company with 5000 users, this is 288 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions reduced.

4. Aero graphics have no effect on overall power consumption. Organizations should take advantage of Aero since it does not have a significant impact on electricity usage.

 

Get the full case study here: http://www.infotech.com/partners/GreenerComputing/GreenerComputing0408.aspx?WT.mc_id=GreenerComputing

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  • Hey everyone! So we decided that it would be good if there was a Team Blog where we could share cool

  • There is a tonne of information available on Vista power management, from whitepapers to videos to blog

  • Well if anyone is Truly interested in Saving Energy you will like this site. It says you can save upwards of 25% on your electric bill. At your home or business. Their Lighting manager for businesses even guarantee 20% or refund. If your company can save some money then they may lay off less people. I hope, I’m an optimist.

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