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Xsleep: Prevents multiple USB/Firewire or eSATA drives from going into sleep mode

xSleep is a small utility that can prevent external hard drives (up to four USB, Firewire or eSATA drives at a time) come in a state of suspension because of inactivity of the drive. This is an improved version of NoSleepHD and helps in situations where a user does not like this to happen or where the drive has troubles waking up again.

The program weigh only 198Kb and requires no installation and has a very simple to use GUI. You just have to select the External Hard Disk, the time interval and start the xSleep mode. You can set the time interval between 1 – 20 minutes.

Moreover it also includes an 8 hour customizable working day timer (default starting time is set to 9 hour), so that you can program xSleep to operate only within a specific time slot.

xSleep is a freeware and works on all Windows versions. Windows XP users required to installed .net framework 2 on their computer. It is very useful in order to eliminate the annoying lag waiting for your external drives to spool up.


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