Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) August 19, 2009
Keep-it-on.com released its energy recycling software which essentially pays its clients for the exchange of leaving their PCs on. Its application "Green PC" (freeware) benefits individuals who leave their PC on consistently by paying them to use their CPU cycles while their PCs are in idle state. Many larger companies will find this tool useful if they run their PCs overnight. The software was in development for approximately 7 months and was officially stable and safe enough for release by its 5th month into development. Green PC encourages people who never turn off to utilize its software not only for earning purposes, but its energy saving capabilities. Green PC uses state of the art technology to analyze power patterns and therefore adjust and optimize computer settings related to the users style of usage.
Since Late 2008, Keep-it-on has been striving to develop environment friendly software by utilizing continuing technology and a strong team of focused developers. The company identifies itself as a community based organization. For more information, visit the Keep-it-on.com web site.