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HSLAB Free Force Down 2.7.5

Shutdown in a few seconds. Fast and Smart Shutdown Windows by different ways.


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Total downloads: 244
  • Last Updated: Nov 12, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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HSLAB Free Force Down is a System Utilities software developed by Handy Software Lab. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for HSLAB Free Force Down:

BS Editor: The program is intended for fast and guaranteed execution of
Windows Shutdown if there is a plenty of open applications.
Allows to fulfil:
Accelerated command Shutdown;
Normal command Shutdown;
Accelerated command Shutdown and Restart;
Normal command Shutdown and Restart;
Command Log Off;
Accelerate shutdown automatically;
Start shutdown from command line;
Using "Hot Keys";
Hook and execute a Windows shutdown;
Eject Removable media (if inserted).

Also, some different external events can be processed:
- Shutdown at selected day and time;
- Shutdown when selected file exist or not exist;
- Shutdown when selected file larger or smaller from given value;
- Shutdown when selected application(s) is running or not running;
- Shutdown when selected local user was logged in or no longer logged in;
- Shutdown when selected removable media was inserted;
- Shutdown when selected user or computer connects to your computer from a network or the Internet.
Use of external events gives you the broadest opportunities by definition of the moment of a shutdown, restart or switching your system off .
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