Finding ways to save energy and money for your customers is increasingly important; desktop power management is an important avenue to those savings. Fortunately, there are plenty of tactics that can reduce power demands, and desktop operating systems like Windows XP or Windows Vista provide a rich suite of controls that let you optimize power-saving characteristics on each system. In this

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podcast, PC expert and Channel Media Group writer Stephen Bigelow steps through the various techniques for cutting power usage on end-user machines, addressing display choices and controls and power settings. Stephen also explores the viability of sharing computers among your customers' employees.

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This was first published in May 2008

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