Windows has a built in command line Shutdown that you can use to schedule a time to shutdown, power off, restart, or hibernate your PC. You just add the command line as one of the actions in a task in Task Scheduler. It will do the work perfectly as you wished. But the problem is, it’s not very intuitive. Another words, it’s not easy enough for a regular user to set it up every time when a scheduled shutdown is needed.
Wise Auto Shutdown is a freeware that only does one thing, easily schedule your computer to shut down, log off, restart, sleep, and close power at any time you want. Once it’s running, it stays in the background and can be brought back from the system tray when needed.
With the tool, you can specify the time in different ways to execute the shutdown task, either at a specific time every day, at a specific time in a certain day, or at a time from now. You can also enable to let the tool to remind you 5 minutes before PC starts to shutdown, or reboot.
Wise Auto Shutdown is a windows application that works well on all popular windows platforms, from XP and up, both 32-bit and 64-bit editions.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014