Although the majority of users never think about shutting down their PC as a special event, this moment can be used for doing a lot of important things we don’t have time for during our day. In fact, it would be nice to be able to shut down our PC’s at a specific time (for instance, when your Internet tariff changes) or when specific conditions are met. If you would like to be able to control how your computer shuts down and when, there is no better tool to do the job than AgataSoft ShutDown Pro 2.9.
AgataSoft ShutDown Pro 2.9 gives you everything you will possibly need to control the way your computer shuts down. Shut it down at a specific time, in a certain time period (for instance, in 2 hours), when the CPU load drops below a certain level (indicating a period of inactivity), when the user has been away for a certain time and more! The integrated task scheduler enables you to shut down the computer at a specific time on a specific date (for instance, at 17.30 on workdays and two hours earlier on Saturdays), so you don’t have to worry about this when leaving the office. If you want to be able to clean up the traces of your work every time you leave your computer, this software will take care of it — you can configure AgataSoft ShutDown Pro 2.9 to delete temporary files, clear the Internet Explorer cache, purge the Recycle Bin and delete document access entries before every shutdown. Which is more, you can control other computers on your local network and shut them down remotely using the same useful features that are available for your own system.
AgataSoft ShutDown Pro 2.9 is all you need to automate system shutdowns on local and network systems!
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