Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Jun 2008 17:12 UTC, submitted by stonyandcher
Benchmarks Green, power reduction, and climate change are all the rage these days, and the world of computers is not off the hook on this one. Software and hardware manufacturers are trying hard to keep power consumption down - while first something for mostly mobile computers, desktops and servers are now part of the effort too. PC World tested Windows Server 2008 and two Linux server offerings and compared their power usage patterns.
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Power saving
by Lengsel on Tue 10th Jun 2008 19:29 UTC
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Having strong battery life just makes for good laptop and battery sales.

Power saving for desktops and servers just makes them cheaper to run. Less power consumption means having to pay out less in bills.

But doing things for "going green" or "climate change" is bunch of garbage perpetrated by fascists and all the liberal nonsense. Being environmentally-friendly is a good thing, but doing anything because of "climate change" or for "global warming", is an invalid argument continuously poured out by crazy liberals who don't think for themself and do not question all scientific evidence before deciding for themself if they even believe it exsists or not.

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