While working on a computer you can sometime go out for a stroll or something like that. Basically if you are a desktop or a gaming laptop user then you may be used to using your desktop or laptop in high performance mode. This makes your computer be active even when there is no activity on your computer. Now you can either change your power options and modify the default settings to make your computer to go into hibernate, restart, or shutdown after a specific period of time. This can be very helpful for your computer and also can reduce your electricity usage. But this can be very annoying if you didn’t want your computer to either restart, shutdown, sleep or hibernate. You can actually easily overcome this problem with TimeComX, which automatically shutdown, restart, hibernate, sleep or even play audio file after a specific time period.
TimeComX is a small automation software, that can put your computer into different states after a specified time or by a lower division of network or processor usage activity.
When you run TimeComX for the first time, you’ll see a dial just under Simple Counter Tab, which controls some kind of timer. You can use this dial to adjust a time period after which you want TimeComX to shutdown, restart, hibernate or play an audio file. Under the Task tab you’ll see a drop-down menu displaying a set of tasks which TimeComX can perform over a specific period of time which is specified by you. The tasks supported by TimeComX are Restart, Shutdown, Hibernate, Sleep, Log Off, Lock Computer, Turn Off Display, End Process, Play Audio File, and Run File / Open URL. You can select for either of these tasks according your need.
TimeComX works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. It provides with a different installer for both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems. This application was tested on Windows 7 x64.
Closing Words: TimeComX has almost all features like Easy Shutdown, but with a more user-friendly interface. You can use TimeComX for automatically shutting down your PC, or automatically shutting down an application with End Process after a specific time period.