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downloading..saving electric power.

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ok here's the question geeks, since im not a geek :whistling:

when ur downloading some programs to the internet and takes you about eight hours or more per day depending on size.. and also it consume to much electricity and now my current bill is so big.. lolz..

uhm when ur downloading programs, can you switch ur computer to hybernate or standbye mode without interrupting the incoming download? to save power? is it possible?....
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no...if you hibernate or switch into FULL standby the download will stop....you could just turn off your monitor though
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