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Shutdown PC automatically or remotely from any computer or mobile phone

Want to shutdown or logoff your PC automatically or remotely from any computer or via mobile phone? Here is a lightweight, tiny and freeware tool.

The easy-to-use, tray-based system utility called Switch Off lets you automatically shutdown, suspend or hibernate your system. It can also disconnect your dial-up and VPN connections automatically to cut your internet service bills.

You can schedule all operations daily, weekly, past specified time or when PC becomes idle.

Switch Off is very simple to use, even a non-techie can use it without much trouble. It seamlessly integrates into your system (XP, Vista, and Windows 7) tray or notification area and provides quick access to all operations.

Moreover, with its simple web interface, you can control your PC remotely from any computer or mobile phone with web browser installed.

This utility could cut your electricity bills and save the Environment by lowering your PC power consumption. Download Switch Off (gHacks)


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