Portable Airytec Switch Off 18.104.22.1680
This is the portable version of Airytec Switch Off, which means that you can easily bypass the installation process. Furthermore, you should know that the Windows registry and Start menu/screen are not going to be updated with new entries, and no leftover will remain after its removal.
It is important to keep in mind that you can also use Portable Airytec Switch Off on any computer you come in contact with, by simply placing the program files to a USB flash drive or other external storage device.
Unobtrusive interface and power management options
The utility goes in the system tray from the first launch and enables you to quickly access all the options available through a comprehensive context menu. It is possible to shut down, restart, log off, sleep, hibernate or lock the computer after a user-input period of time, or after a custom interval of user or PC inactivity.
Close your dial-up connection and set up notifications
In addition to that, you can set up the app to close your dial-up (VPN) connection or open the computer. From the settings panel you can change the language, enable notifications before executing an action, force tools to close and select a sound to play before performing an operation from a long built-in list or the HDD, in a WAV format.
Conclusion and performance
CPU and memory usage is minimal and thus, it is not going to put a strain on the computer’s performance. All tasks are performed in due time, the interface is accessible to all user categories and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while.
Taking all of this into consideration, we can safely say Portable Airytec Switch Off is a reliable and handy piece of software when it comes to scheduling power management functions.
Reviewed by Madalina Boboc on April 30th, 2014
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Application descriptionPortable Airytec Switch Off is the portable version of Airytec Switch Off developed to be able to run from a USB flash...