KeyOff shuts down a computer if no key or mouse activity
KeyOff monitors keyboard and mouse and initiates computer shutdown if the there has been no key or mouse activity for a specified length of time. It can be started manually or automatically via the Windows Task Scheduler. The shutdown time and many other parameters can be configured via the configuration screen. It can also be used to shutdown a remote computer. Shutdown has been configured to force all running applications to close. KeyOff is part of the JSutils group of software utilities which have a theme of energy conservation. The program normally runs in the System Tray. Requires a registration code (free for personal non commercial use).
Version: 2.5(18 Mar 2009)
Minor update to update help and fix a one second error in shutdown timing.
Version: 2.4(03 Jan 2009)
Minor update to update the FAQ, Registration FAQ and fix a number of errors in help plus add links to program logos.
Version: 2.3(19 Nov 2008)
Spurious line in log file removed. Help updated to to cover Vista UAC in the FAQ, corrected an error in the log file help page plus extra information on setting Main and Slave ports to alternative values.
Version: 2.2(20 Aug 2008)
About and Config screens will now time out if left open. Help button removed from configuration screen. 1 second error in power off period fixed. Stopped duplicate log entry after configuration changes. Added configuration updated and not configured to log messages.
Version: 2.1(27 Mar 2008) - KeyOff.zip
Adds support for Standby mode. Stopped configuration screen resizing. Now minimises to system tray only if minimised when shutdown activated. Fixed bug where minimising test mode causes run time error on timeout. Fixed bug where program didn't resume after hibernate. Minor log file changes.
Version: 1.1 -
Tags: | Mouse | Energy | Saving | Environment
|(KeyOff.zip - 0.48 MB)|