Auto Shutdown Pro
Auto Shutdown Pro
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Description - Auto Shutdown Pro II
For Windows 7, Vista, and XP Auto ShutDown Pro II is an automation launcher for scheduling of multiple tasks to shutdown, hibernate, sleep your computer simultaneously based on time, duration of use, busy or idle CPU, heat, and with mobile computers battery charge available in 54 languages with internal tutorials. Based upon your criteria the system will eliminate your computer being left on when no one is using it. Reducing unproductive usage means saved electricity and longer computer life. User`s can set up exceptions for shutdowns, hibernations, restarts, etc. which delayed till the end of a download, or while critical programs run. Likewise tasks can terminate programs or start programs. An optional countdown dialog enables users to skip, delay, or cancel scheduled tasks in the last minute before activation. Users can add or edit an unlimited number of scheduled task events or deactivate or delete others. User`s can specify specific blocks of time (blocked time) where no one can use their computer, even with a password. This Parental Control keeps children off the computer after their bedtime. Professionals value blocked time because this security feature protects stored confidential documents and financial records from being stolen from their computers while they are away from The Office even if the thief has the password to the computer. Time tasks can be set for daily, weekly, monthly, annually, once, and also blocked time. The following scheduled tasks are supported: Timed, duration, idle, busy, heat, insufficient battery power, sleep, power on, restart, log off, Lock, hibernate, turn off a monitor, launch any program, terminate any program, open and display a file, open a URL, and show a message. Auto Shutdown Pro II is perfect for work stations, laptops, and notebooks for home or office use. Network Administrators may with a single schedule hosted on their Internet web site administrate the task schedules of computer groups of any size simultaneously.