December 1st, 2006 by Keith

Local Cooling 1.03 Beta – Fight Against Global Warming

Posted in Site News, Utilities, Windows

Local Cooling

Imagine that you have computers running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year non-stop. How much energy will be wasted if the machine is sitting there doing nothing? Just because we take for granted that electricity are always there, we forget to think how this has made people to be so wasteful. Over 30 billion kWh of energy has been wasted, simply because people have forgotten to switch off the machine when not using them. If I have to go on further, it is not a matter about money; instead, it is more about saving the environment.

There are several benefits of turning off PCs when not in used. For example, it extends the lifespan of the electronic components, and thus the PC, it cuts down on your utility bill, it reduces CO2 emissions (emissions from 15 computers are equivalent to the gas consumption of a car).

Uniblue Labs has developed Local Cooling, a free power management application that allows users to optimise their energy savings in minutes. As a result, it also reduces Greenhouse Gas emissions.


  • * Cut your energy bills.
  • * Reduce the amount of Greenhouse Gas CO2 emissions as a direct result of your reduced PC power consumption.
  • * Give you full control over any power mode settings.
  • * Improve your overall computing experience and efficiency.
  • * Show you in detail how much you have saved since installing the software.

This is not just only for home users. In fact companies stand to gain much more with this application. Apart from the big environmental savings, companies’ bill will be reduced significantly. For instance, a company with 100 computers could save up to $2000 per year just by installing the Local Cooling application on these computers. The fact that each computers contribute a bit of saving means, the entire company could end up with a massive saving.

So, support the environment by using Local Cooling.

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Local Cooling 1.03 Beta

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