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Usually people use the  Hibernate or the Sleep Function when leaving the computer, to save time when returning to it. Mostly, I think, it’s because people feel the computer takes forever to get “work ready”. It may save you some precious time on the day-to-day basis, but there are occasions where a full Re-Boot is necessary.  Especially if you have applied an update or installed a Windows Service Dependent program. – What Then ??

One solution is to reboot when you go to get some coffee (or some other legal “drug”), or when you leave for the day. If you are on a password protected system, this really doesn’t help you any – you still have to wait for that last boot up services to start after typing in your credentials. If this is your case – do I got the perfect solution for you:

Introducing: Boot Snooze

This little application let you Reboot your computer using auto-login, then it can automatically Hibernate or Sleep your computer. This way the computer should not only be ready for your return, it will save precious boot-up time AND save energy all at once. Boot Snooze comes with GUI and Command-Line ability, making it easy to use every now and then or trigger it through a batch-file (Read | Read) for every day use.

Note! For hibernation to work, your computer must have “Enable hibernation” already checked under your Control Panel, Power Options, Hibernate tab.

Download Boot Snooze

Download Boot Snooze

Download Boot Snooze

About Thomas

Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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