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If all 100,000 readers of PC Pro shut down their computers down and turned them off at the wall overnight, instead of leaving them on, it would save enough electricity to power around 12,000 homes. And save you or your companies around £4 million a year in the process. So to help you, your colleagues or family remember to power down, PC Pro is once again offering our FREE Switch IT Off stickers.

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#1
thanks
#2
Great post - so simple to help the environment. Have some heat and rep. :-)
#3
Fozzza
Great post - so simple to help the environment. Have some heat and rep. :-)


Thet were probably printed in china and flown all the way over to the UK !!
#4
thanks handy thing to have hot deal
#5
Thanks deltaworld heat & rep added
#6
guilbert53
Thet were probably printed in china and flown all the way over to the UK !!


Always a cynic among us :p
#7
Brilliant, these'll go down well at work
#8
thanks
#9
also available "close Me".
simply stick me to your window and save £££'s on heating.
#10
No use to me - I use remote desktop to the machine in the office. If it were switched off, I'd need to have someone switch it on again in the morning. Otherwise, it's a useful reminder.
#11
bucksfizz
No use to me - I use remote desktop to the machine in the office. If it were switched off, I'd need to have someone switch it on again in the morning. Otherwise, it's a useful reminder.


On most modern machines there is actually a setting in the BIOS that allows you to specify a time to switch the PC on in the morning automatically so if you remotely log in from say 8am, you can set it to come on at 7.30am automatically
#12
goaten2000
On most modern machines there is actually a setting in the BIOS that allows you to specify a time to switch the PC on in the morning automatically so if you remotely log in from say 8am, you can set it to come on at 7.30am automatically


I suppose with technology being unreliable, if it attempts to turn on and there is a problem, then you'd be quite screvved at work - especially if you had some sort of presentation to do...

I dunno - personally I save everything on a usb key and bring that around - I guess if I ever forget or lose it, then I'm screvved too lolz :oops:
#13
bucksfizz;4088022
No use to me - I use remote desktop to the machine in the office. If it were switched off, I'd need to have someone switch it on again in the morning. Otherwise, it's a useful reminder.

Err... WOL
#14
Good stuff. Shame they dont let us turn the PC's off in the office (even though they go on about energy saving all the time). Apparently they need to be on for updates :/
#15
thanks, heat 'n' rep added - alwys nice to try and slow global warming!:P
banned#16
handy reminders
#17
Why ever turn your computers off lol?
I only see it as a waste of electricity if the computer is sitting idle, but there are many scientific programs all over the world that would not exist without running their software on idle PC's (boinc is a prime example). I have 2 computers running 24/7 in my house and to be honest, yes it does cost me a bit and it is bad for the planet but I would rather have someone using them than them sitting off all the time.

Good find though, heat and rep added.
#18
PinkSpider:
Good stuff. Shame they dont let us turn the PC's off in the office (even though they go on about energy saving all the time). Apparently they need to be on for updates :/



Your IT Dept should be shot if thats there process, PC's will download auomatic updates when powered on even internal updates from your company should be picked up to by the software they use to install these

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