A simple to use application, dedicated to laptops, which allows you to turn off the monitor without putting your system to sleep or shutting it down
|Updated||Jan 13th 2015|
Gownaar N/A N/A
|Crack Size||80 KB|
ScreenPowerOff is a lightweight utility that allows you to turn off the monitor, without pressing its power button or shutting down the computer. The application is especially useful for dependent monitors, such as the displays for laptops that do not feature a power off button. Additionally, you can use for powering off the monitor in less than a second.
ScreenPowerOff is suitable for any type of system and computer, but it is most useful for laptops. It can help you save power, as well as hide the contents of your desktop, without putting the station to sleep or shutting it down. Therefore, whenever you need to leave your desk for a few minutes, yet not abandon all your work, you can easily turn off the monitor.
The application is easy to use, lightweight and does not require installation. All you need to do in order to activate it is to double click its icon, regardless whether it lies on the desktop or in another folder.
ScreenPowerOff Crack resembles a screensaver, regarding the effect it produces: saves monitor power, hides the contents of your desktop and allows you to leave the computer on. Another similarity is that it automatically closes at the first mouse movement, revealing the desktop.
However, this utility does not require installation and it is not automatically activated when the computer is idle. Instead, it only runs on demand, when you double click the icon.
ScreenPowerOff is simple to use, does not run in the background and does not interfere with other system processes. It is a stand alone application that allows you to easily turn off the monitor, with a mouse click. In case you are using a laptop, this tool can be highly useful for you: simply keep it at close hand and activate it whenever you need to leave your desk.
the great work
Your email will not be published. Required fields are marked as *
If you have to play by Redmond's strict rules, people are likely to go elsewhere
If you have to play by Redmond's strict rules people are likely to go elsewhere
Marks for Angular and Gerrit also handled by org designed to provide 'guidance' to industry
App framework extends its reach to Canonical's Snap Store
Keeping up in performance stakes vital as data science sector explodes, says analyst
Enterprise edition ahoy as project tries to puzzle out its business model
Customers' decision to hit pause on spending compounds HP Software indigestion woes