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HSLAB Force Down

This program is designed to execute a fast and guaranteed Windows Shutdown, even if there are several open applications. You can even set your computer to execute shutdown at a certain time of day, or in a certain number of days. However, basic shutdown is only part of this program’s power. With it you can also take control of your system’s security. Supervise program and file access on your computer. Any program execution or termination can be set to initiate system shutdown. You can also watch changes in the file system and execute system shutdown at the occurrence of a rename, removal, or change in size of any file. Don’t leave your computer hanging in shutdown mode. Don’t ignore your need for security. Take control now!

Software Information System Requirements
  • Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP
  • System BIOS with APM (Advanced Power Management) support
  • 64MB RAM
File Size:124 MB
License:Free to try, $31.55 to buy

Features and Options:
  • Accelerated command Shutdown.
  • Normal command Shutdown.
  • Accelerated command Shutdown and Restart.
  • Normal command Shutdown and Restart.
  • Command Log Off.
  • Accelerate shutdown automatically(semi automatically on Windows XP).
  • Start shutdown from command line.
  • Sleep(stand by), Lock desktop or Hibernate in one click.
  • Hook and execute a Windows shutdown.
  • Eject Removable media (if inserted).
  • Use "Hot Keys". You can define "Hot Keys" for various types of shutdown.

    Also, some different external events can be processed:
  • Shutdown at selected day and time.
  • Shutdown when inactivity period was elapsed.
  • Shutdown when selected file exist or not exist.
  • Shutdown when selected file larger or smaller from given value.
  • Shutdown when selected application(s) is running or not running.
  • Shutdown when selected local user was logged in or no longer logged in.
  • Shutdown when selected removable media was inserted.
  • Shutdown when selected user or computer connects to your computer from a network or the Internet.

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