Fight Global Warming by Installing a Software on your Computer


A 2.5MB software installed on your computer can help you flight Global Warming and reduce overall energy consumption. This may sound weird but this concept is based on a sane logic.

Software in focus till now has saved energy equal to: 1131475.2 Gallons of Oil and 124933.72 Trees with the help of it 223567 users. Local Cooling can help you flight Global Warming by optimizing your PC’s power consumption.You will be able to see your savings in real-time translated to more environmental terms such as how many trees and gallons of oil you have saved. In more practical terms, this software will manage the power consumption of your computer.

By adjusting the power mode settings the advanced algorithms will predict how much you will save based on past PC usage and statistical data. Local Cooling saves power by:

  • Turning of your computer screen/display.
  • Putting your hard drive to sleep when not used.
  • Shutting down your PC when you are away.

Software has very easy to use interface. It lists which part of computer is consuming how much energy in terms of watts. You can also select optimized power mode for your computer to save more energy. It aims to cut your energy bill, reduce CO2 emission, achieve better power management.

Do you really need this? Well, power management option is present in control panel on Windows based computer. But most of us are lazy enough in configuring them. This software with its graphical interface and more easy to configure power settings will help save some energy by optimizing power consumption of the computer.

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With things in our face, we tend to act and react. With power options wide open and ‘in your face’, courtesy this software – more users will get into habit of power optimization, hopefully!



  1. Wow!! This is amazing. What a cool idea!!

  2. Wow, what a concept! Of course my PC uses electricity, but just how much? I would have never imagined such a thing, this is a great topic.

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