Today, when more and more people become increasingly concerned with energy conservation and keeping their electrical bills as low as possible, the question of power consumed by PC’s comes to the forefront. If you have a large pool of computers in your company or at home and often leave them on for the night to perform updates, download content or make backups, you have a great opportunity to cut down your electrical bills by automatically turning them off when they are not really needed or used.
AllOff 5.5 is an exceptionally flexible, functional and easy to configure power management solution capable of shutting down your PC after long periods of inactivity, after the completion of certain tasks or according to a schedule. The program supports all existing shutdown modes (shutdown, power off, reboot, log off, hibernate and standby. AllOff monitors mouse/keyboard usage and CPU load to detect prolonged periods of inactivity and initiates a shutdown sequence, either with a fixed delay or without one. The software comes with an additional slave component that enables users to control remote systems in the same way. AllOff can start automatically, via the Windows Task Scheduler or the command line.
If you are looking for an extremely flexible and fully configurable tool for automatic management of your PC’s power, you will hardly find a program better suited for your needs. AllOff is also free for personal non-commercial use, so checking it out right now might be a very good idea!
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AllOff 6.5 AllOff monitors computer activity and starts shutdown if there is no activity for the set times. It can run in the System Tray. AllOff monitors download, cpu, keyboard and mouse
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