Prolog

But I wonder if they do at home? It’s certainly less likely, but the cost of running an inefficient PC with poor power settings is frightening. It could easily cost you £100 per year, more if electricity costs continue to rise at the current alarming rate. Then there’s the drip-drip cost of keeping a printer plugged in all the time. Those are just some of the energy savings you can make. Our section on energy and consumables covers everything from smart printing to doing your computing at night. Well, certain tasks anyway.

Prolog

It’s all enough to make you look at that spreadsheet of fixed costs a little more carefully. What if you were to knock £20 off the electricity bill? (That’s a perfectly realistic target for many people.) And another £15 off the monthly subscription to one of your service providers, whether it’s broadband or phone? Those hard costs suddenly start to look a little more flexible. Which leaves just a little bit more room for manoeuvre on beer.

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