Auto ShutDown XP
Professional ensures PC’s are shutdown when they are not being used.
A PC, Server or a
Remote PC can be scheduled daily, weekly or on a specific date to shutdown,
reboot, log off or restart.
Auto Save Manager can automatically save documents which the user was working on
before the computer is shutdown. These may be new or existing documents. All the
documents are stored on the local computer according to the date and time they
This is the first completely user configurable Auto Save Manager. Applications
can be added individually to the Auto Save Manager lists. There are two lists
which are maintained by the application.
Applications which belong to the White list will be saved where as those on the
Black list will be ignored.
No scripts need to be written or edited with the Auto Save Manager.
It can be very difficult to update scripts for hundreds of computers in any
organisation. Net Script Synchronisation allows scripts to be updated from a
central computer. When the master script is updated all the computers will
automatically update their script.
Users can now leave there PCs to download data/Render animations/Print documents
or any other time consuming task knowing once complete their PC will shut itself
down or log the user off.
Network administrators can ensure entire rooms of computers are shutdown at the
end of each day. Saving valuable electricity and tightening security at the same
It can prevent
people from using a PC for a 24 hours period once shutdown.
Auto ShutDown XP
Professional was the first application to use Microsoft®.NET Performance
Counters for conditional shutdown of a PC. Performance counters are the
mechanism used by Windows to collect data on various system resources.
XP is the most advanced application of its kind. It helps schools, colleges and
businesses conserve electricity by ensuring all PCs are shutdown everyday. It
can help companies to prevent unauthorised use of PCs once the PC has been
Information Technology was the first company to pioneer ShutDown Management
software with its TimeDown utility in the mid 1990s, later releasing Auto
ShutDown for Windows 95, 98.
XP 2005 cost $39.99 and is available to download online from http://www.gillit.com.
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