ShutDownOne can easily
Shutdown, Reboot, Log Off, Power Off, Lock Workstation ( also
for Win 95/98/ME ), switch to Hibernate Mode, switch to
Standby Mode. All of the above shut down actions can be
executed as forced actions.
ShutDownOne Key Features:
Enable Activity Timer A timer will start when the keyboard
or mouse are not being used. After a defined time of
non-activity on your PC, an action you designate is executed.
Run command before ShutDown option A command line you're
coded will be executed before the selected ShutDown action.
If Wait while command is running is checked, ShutDownOne will
wait until this command completes, but you can limit the
wait time using a wait-no-more-than option.
Use Hot Key option If this option is checked, a selected
ShutDown action is executed when the Hot Key is pressed.
Here, you create or change a password which must be
provided before certain operation settings can be changed.
Here, you define which actions show in the menu when you
right-click on the icon of ShutDownOne.
This option allows to you to clean up your computer before
each shut down operation. This option running after a Batch
operation (if chosen). Not available for a Lock Workstation