SmartPower is a lightweight application designed to help users turn off their computer or put it in the hibernate mode according to some user-defined settings.
It boasts a clean and straightforward layout that allows you to set up the dedicated parameters with minimum effort.
SmartPower gives you the possibility to make the computer stay on if certain conditions are being met. You are allowed to set up a schedule for each day of the week and specify the start and end time.
Additionally, the tool is able keep the computer on when users are active, user-defined IP addresses or hostnames are available, traffic on a network is above a threshold value, or when the CPU exceeds a given value.
Other important conditions worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to create a list with running processes, stop and start user-defined services, as well as specify a time delay before the tool powers off your computer.
During our testing we have noticed that the program accomplishes a task very quickly and without errors throughout the entire process.
It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not burdened. Since it doesn’t require much computer knowledge to work with this tool, even rookies can master the entire process with minimum effort.
To sum things up, SmartPower offers a handy set of parameters for helping power off your computer or put it in the hibernation mode. Thanks to its intuitive interface, it is suitable for beginners and professionals alike.
SmartPower is a lightweight application that enables you to turn off your computer or put in hibernate mode according to set rules.
SmartPower also has configurable rules that describe conditions under which the computer must stay on.
Every 60 seconds, SmartPower evaluates the active rules and monitors the relevant activity on the computer (CPU usage, network usage, etc).
If none of the conditions within the rules are being met then SmartPower increments a counter by one. Once the counter exceeds the grace time the computer is turned off. If any of the conditions within the rules are being met then the counter is reset.