Sleeping Employees Will Have Sleeping Vista Desktops
Windows Vista is configured to reliably put your desktop to sleep during periods of inactivity. Now, besides quickly minimizing screens showing women that aren't dressed, or Fark when your boss walks by, you'll have to worry about the screen being blank while you're sleeping at your desk, too:
Unlike XP, Vista won't allow other programs to veto sleep commands form the OS. Because of the market share they command, saving energy with a narcoleptic Vista OS is bound to have an enormous cumulative benefit in power savings. But be warned: You're going to have to do something every once in a while at work.