Prof Shutdown 4.5

Prof Shutdown is designed to control and reduce energy consumption of computers.

You can quickly setup the schedule for shutdown, standby, hibernate or wakeup on a multiple PCs.
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232 votes Vote

OMG, $200 for this, you must be joking? Better to invest in a decent power supply unit that spending so much on this program.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:05
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61 votes Vote

Windows can already do this (apart from the network option). For home use this is just not necessary, though I can see it's use in the workplace and educational establishments.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:08
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22 votes Vote

Update the help file, it's not very intuitive. Include a decent video tutorial. Which would be great for novice users.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:16
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20 votes Vote

Change the name of the program, it's not very inspiring or interesting.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:59
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18 votes Vote

The program seems more concerned about network options than actual energy savings. I see no buttons or information on how to actually save energy

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:52
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9 votes Vote

A portable version is definitely out of the question for this type of software, especially if you are going to use it on a network system; you'd have to make a copy for each computer, lol.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:17
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8 votes Vote

Add an option to include a quick launch shortcut and change the desktop shortcut. It's the most boring shortcut I've ever seen.

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:12
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7 votes Vote

Change the shortcut. It's the most boring shortcut I've ever seen

Whiterabbit-uk, 18.10.2011, 08:52
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4 votes Vote

improve the help file with troubleshooting/configuration tips. Presumably settings in windows firewall need to be adjusted on client computers in order to accept incoming communications (such as ping requests).

GavinS, 18.10.2011, 15:52
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The 'Add All' command should add all the found computers, not the entire subnet.

akmark, 19.10.2011, 00:41
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