Although modern computers are designed to operate in a 24/7 mode, it’s obviously better to keep the equipment off when it’s not needed, thus extending its operating life and saving energy. If you are in charge of a network at work or have one at home and would like to avoid the «pleasure» of having to turn dozens of workstations on and off every day, you will definitely appreciate the functionality of Rshut Pro — a compact tool with massive capabilities.
Rshut Pro is a specialized power management tool capable of remotely shutting down and waking up your system and computers in the local network — either when needed or according to a schedule. The program is not limited to shutting computers down or waking them up only — the entire range of power management options is fully supported, including restarting, logging off, hibernating, suspending and locking down. Rshut Pro comes with an advanced scheduling tool that enables you to be very flexible in defining what action should be performed on what computer and when. This allows you to define complex criteria — for instance, perform a log off on all computers in Group 1 at 3 PM every Saturday, but only when process X is terminated. The abundance of options offered by Rshut Pro lets you create fairly complex scenarios for nearly full automation of power management in your LAN.
If you need a tool that would save you the trouble of having to push dozens of power buttons every day and would save some money on the power bill, go ahead and try Rshut Pro!
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