Estimate how much you could cut your electric bill with ActiveExit software
With the energy costs what they are now, you are probably wondering what could be done to reduce the electric bill. If you have a PC that you often find idling during the off hours, and you are tired of turning it off when not in use, you no doubt have been wondering, is there a way to automate the task?
Sure there is: our ActiveExit software can not only automatically log off the inactive users, but it can also automatically shut down the computer if no one has logged on to it in a while.
Is it worth the trouble? Let's do a quick estimate of the possible savings. A typical desktop computer consumes approximately 100 watts of electricity, give or take. If you keep it off for 10 hours, you would save 1 kWh of energy. The average cost of electricity in the USA is about $0.15 per kWh. It seem like not much, but multiply that by 365 days, and you would come up with almost $55. That's how much you would save by turning off your computer automatically every night for a year. Considering ActiveExit is free for personal use at home, it's like free money.
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Of course, if you run an office with several computers, multiply the number by the number of the computers. If you manage a large computer network, the savings could be quite dramatic. Considering that ActiveExit can be installed and managed using the standard Group Policy and Active Directory, it's a no-brainer.
If you have not done so yet, feel free to download a no-strings-attached-no-obligation installation file of ActiveExit and see for yourself how ActiveExit can be of use to you.
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