Intelligent, automated computer power management software that can save an average of £35 a year on your electricity bill. Unique artificial intelligence saves you money without causing inconvenience or loss of productivity.
Description: WasteShield is a unique computer power management program that can save a typical user more than £35 a year.
Utilising a unique artificial intelligence system WasteShield intelligently manages your computers power consumption, ensuring it is never left on unnecessarily and ensuring maximum energy saving without annoying you.
Advanced power management capabilities are completely automated, making it easy for you to start cutting your electricity bill. By intelligently learning your behaviour WasteShield will ensure that you can maximise savings without harming productivity. We all know there is nothing more annoying than Windows Power Management kicking in when you are in the middle of watching a film, listening to music, reading a long document or simply on the phone or making a cup of coffee.
WasteShield will take about a week to understand how you work, after that it can tell you how much energy you are using and saving, what the carbon cost is and project all of these figures accurately over a 12 month period.
Features include advanced artificial intelligence learns your behaviour, cost and savings report and projections, daily activity report, customisable activity settings, energy savings graph, HDD, CPU and bandwidth aware, software activity report, CPU temperature monitor and alarm, customise to your energy rate and region.
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