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7 Great Ways to Reduce Your PC’s Power Consumption Immediately

PCs use a lot of power and can contribute a good amount to your electricity bill. If you are thinking of saving on your electricity bill or looking to increase your laptop’s battery life, then you should make your PC use less power. There are many ways you can reduce power consumption of your PC, and in this post we will list seven ways to reduce PC power usage.... This story continues at Make Tech Easier The post 7 Great Ways to Reduce Your PC’s Power Consumption Immediately appeared first on Make Tech Easier.
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