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Green Computing

Green Computing is the concept to improve environmental conditions. Green Computing has begun to spread in the past few years, gaining increasingly popularity. It includes manufacturing, designing and efficiently using computers and associated subsystems- such as LED,RAM, Processor, Mouse and Keyboard with minimum impact on the environment. We are doing the study and practice of developing Information Technology resources in an environment friendly manner such that our environment get protected. As we all know usage of electronic devices is very popular these days, of which Laptops and Tabs are the most common.


Jagwinder Singh, Chitkara University, Punjab, India.


Green Computing, Energy Efficient, Power Consumption



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Journal of Technology Management for Growing Economies, Volume 7, Number 2, October 2016

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