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With Sleepy you can program the shutdown, restart or sleep of your system. Sleepy has two modes of programming your system shutdown.
A countdown is created so that the system could be shut down in a specific date and time.
Shutdown is programmed through a programmable countdown.
Moreover, you will be able to choose Force Mode. If Force Mode is activated, Sleepy will quit all your open applications at the shutdown moment. As security measure, you can select in Sleepy preferences the applications which will be never forced when quitting, even if force mode is activated.
When there are 5 minutes left to the shutdown, the countdown window become visible (in case it wasn't already visible) in order to remember you the system is close to shut down. You can delete this warning or modify the moment it appears.
You can display the countdown in the application dock icon.
*Shutdown, restart or sleep your system
*List of apps which never will be forced to quit
*Customizable warning message
*Countdown visible in the dock icon
What's New in Version 1.20
Sleepy is now ready for Lion!
It's great at what it promises to do...
But I tried this HOPING that it could force close Mountain Lion. Mountain Lion will not disconnect "users" automatically. It waits for you to hit the "shutdown" button. So my automatic shut downs are no longer working. This is hugely annoying. But not Sleepy's fault. Sleepy did shutdown every app that was open and would have shut down my Mac Mini if it were not for Mountian Lion. So… if you have an OS prior to Mountain Lion you will appreciate this app!
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Sep 19, 2011
- Version: 1.20
- Size: 1.0 MB
- Languages: English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Manuel Garcia-Estan Martinez
- © Manuel García-Estañ
Compatibility: OS X 10.5.0 or later