Timer wakes up the computer from the shut down state using the BIOS clock and alarm time (RTC-Alarm). The computer is booted and a user program is started. A next wake-up (restart by BIOS) is programmed and Timer shuts down the computer again.

Features

  • Auto restart by the BIOS of the computer from shutdown state (VISIT WEB SIDE ABOVE)
  • User-specific batch file for determining of own start times (also automatic selection of the next start time from a list of times)
  • Multiple start times: shut down computer / start + act / shut down / start + act / ...
  • Correct restart time when passing from summer time (DST) to winter time
  • Handbook English + German / BIOS setup IS necessary

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English, German

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Registered

2007-11-30