You can initiate commands for power, the system and the software - shutdown, restart, hibernate, sleep or you can put just the monitor to sleep, log off, lock and open a specific file or program, but you can also open a web page.
The first thing you need to do is add a task. You can set the application to activate a power, system or software option when you select a date and time, or when the system has been idle for more than a certain number of minutes.
Plus, a shutdown sequence (or other) can be set when the download or upload is above or below a certain speed, or when a selected process is running or not, but you can also wake up the system at a given date and time.
In Settings, you can configure Shutdown Timer to force close applications on actions, remember the options you select in the program, automatically activate a specific profile and run at system startup, but you can also password-protect the software and change the interface appearance.
Unfortunately, the demo version is limited, as you can see by reading the product description below. Additionally, you must enter time in the 24-hour clock format to schedule a task (although current time is displayed in the 12-hour clock format) and, sometimes Shutdown Timer cannot run a task on the same date that you schedule it (it says the date has already gone by).
Otherwise, Shutdown Timer is one of the most advanced software solutions out there when it comes to scheduling computer shutdown sequences. We strongly suggest you try it.