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Save space when you have hibernate enabled. Hibernate While Saving Space 1.0 While you have hibernation enabled Windows creates big files that occupy your disk space on c: without any reason. Having more free space on the drive where Windows is installed means that Windows will run better. The software will disable hibernation when it is not necessary. It will do everything automatically.




Tiny but powerful hibernation utility. Shutdown Lock 1.5 Irritated with the fact that some applications just don't go well together with Window's Hibernate or Suspend features? Get Shutdown Lock and enable hibernate and stand by feature in application, like FlashGet, Use Windows XP fast user switching feature more safety, prevent unexpected system shutdowns or restarts that could immense and sensitive data loss. 100% FREE to download and try.

My problem cannot be solve.After i install the shutdown lock,i try to open my application and yet it still auto shutdown.I dont understand why it still happen.Any solution or setup can be solve about this problem?My application run around 10min and auto shutdown is appear!

(missing a very important feature) Hello; You need to have a timer, so that I can shutdown, hibernate, etc... at a certain time, or in a certain amount of time. i.e: - hibernate at 3:00 am; - shutdown in 2 hours 35 minutes. ... etc. Otherwise, the utility is of no use to me at all. Thank-You. Glenn

Thats ok Hallo,the Software is ok. The Hibernate function over Remote Desktop.Thank you





Quickly launch programs from the tray Tray Tools 2000 2.6 Tray Tools allows you to place up to 24 program icons in the Taskbar Tray. Program icons that you place there can be launched by simply clicking your mouse on them. To add new programs or modify existing items click your mouse on the small red toolbox icon displayed in the tray. You can also modify an existing program icon by right-clicking on it directly from the Taskbar Tray.

Just what I needed I was looking FOREVER for a way to have a shortcut for Hibernation in my system tray, and this thing pulled it off... Just what the doctor ordered!



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